The perception around Dallas is that owner and general manager Jerry Jones is running the show, being meddlesome as he ever was, while head coach Jason Garrett is left to work with what Jones feels like giving him. This perception won’t likely be helped by the turn of events of Tuesday, when Jones more or less came out and said that Bill Callahan would call plays in 2013. In his response, Garrett made it abundantly clear that he wasn’t ready to make any such statement.
It sure looks like an alarming disconnect in the ranks from the outside looking in. But Garrett doesn’t care about perception, he says, per the Dallas Morning News, “Because I know what I do each and every day in regards to this football team.
“And I know how [Jones] and I work together and how this organization works, and how well we work together and how well we communicate and how we come to decisions. I know what I do when I get up in the morning and come over here and coach this football team.”
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