Terry Bradhsaw Thinks Cowboys Could Use a New Head Coach - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Blue Star
The center of the Dallas Cowboys universe

Terry Bradhsaw Thinks Cowboys Could Use a New Head Coach

Jason Garrett is in his fifth full season as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys



    Make your Summer Getaway a Win
    Getty Images

    Hall of Fame quarterback turned FOX Sports studio analyst Terry Bradshaw thinks the Dallas Cowboys could use a new head coach.

    After the Cowboys dropped their seventh straight game, probably cementing a lost season and definitely cementing the longest losing streak since that famous hell season of 1989, Bradshaw suggested the team would do well to get a coach who’ll instill some fear in his players.

    “If there is one thing I would change in Dallas, it's that they need a head coach that people fear a little bit, someone they are scared of getting on the wrong side of,” Bradshaw said, per the Dallas Morning News.

    Fellow Hall of Famer/analyst Howie Long then pointed out that that might be a difficult task, with Jerry Jones running the show.

    “You step in and say it anyway,” Bradshaw said. “Take control and get fired.”