Jason Garrett has come under a good deal of scrutiny this season, what with the occasionally questionable playcalling and game management and all that, to the degree that just a few weeks ago, owner and general manager Jerry Jones was fielding questions about Garrett’s job security.
But the team remains very, very confident in their man.
As much was evidenced this week when, in an interview on ESPN Radio 103.3, Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones said not only that Garrett is here to stay, but that the team fully expects him to win a championship in the relatively near future.
“Jason has only been a head coach for a year and a half, and if you talk to any head coach who has been a head coach for a long period of time, they learn something every year they’re coaching,” Jones said, per ESPN Dallas. “Jason is going to continue to learn. We all learn in our jobs and continue to get better. He’s done a great job.
“I fully expect him to only get better. He has such dedication and such focus and such a commitment to becoming a better coach each week that he walks out onto the field and we’re fortunate to have him. He’s obviously a Princeton grad and there’s not a doubt in my mind that he’s only going to get better and he’s going to lead us to a championship sooner than later.”
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