Found December 28, 2012 on CowboysBlog.Net:
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If you need more assurances that Jason Garrett will be back in 2013, we just got the clincher tonight as Jay Glazer reported that the Saints and Sean Payton have agreed in principle to a 5yr extension. Garrett will be back in 2013 even with a loss to the Redskins. I’m hoping the Cowboys will be able to defeat the Redskins and make a playoff run; however, if we lose, there are a few things the Cowboys will need to address for “black monday.” Here’s my list of things the Cowboys will need to change for 2013 with Garrett returning: Offensive Coordinator - with Norv Turner available on black monday, the Cowboys should be looking at bringing him in to run the offense. Another year with Garrett doing double-duties will not yield us favorable results. Garrett is a head coach learning on the job, it is what it is, and he needs some help in this area. Defensive Coordinator - a change should definitely happen here if we are defeated against the Redskins; moreover, if we lose to the Redskins b...
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