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Hall Of Famer Emmitt Smith Says Jerry Jones Should Stick With Garrett

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    Former Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith weighs in on the future of Jason Garrett as the team's head coach. (Published Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016)

    Jason Garrett is entering his sixth full season as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

    Garrett took over for Wade Phillips the final 8 games of the 2010 season and went 5-3. He has a 45-43 overall regular season coaching record and has made the postseason just one time and that was in 2014 when the Cowboys went 12-4. 

    Before the playoff run that saw them lose to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the playoffs, the Dallas Cowboys had three consecutive 8-8 seasons. In 2015 the Cowboys were hit with a number of injuries and the club finished 4-12.

    Some feel that Garrett is on the hot seat this season and that owner Jerry Jones should part ways with his former Cowboys quarterback if he misses the playoffs this season. Hall Of Fame running back Emmitt Smith has a different take on his former teammate.