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Jerry Jones indicated that changes were coming earlier this week, and for the Cowboys sake those changes should start with their head coach. Since Jason Garrett took over for Wade Phillips as the Cowboys’ head coach midway through the 2010 season, Dallas has gone just 21-19 and failed to reach the postseason in any of his three seasons in charge. Now, after middling through another season of .500 football, the time is now for the Cowboys to take their football team in a new direction. The blackest of Mondays came and went, but none of the record seven coaching changes happened to take place in Big D. Jones, who is about as quick to pull the trigger in tough situations as Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry, stayed quiet and seemed prepared to keep the Cowboys intact after another 8-8 finish. Jones even put his full support behind Garrett just a few shorts weeks ago, but the Cowboys were still in the playoff hunt then. Now, with another disappointing season in the books, Jones’ support of ...
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