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The Cowboys pulled off a thrilling 24-23 comeback win against the Redskins on Sunday, but it didn’t appear to sweeten Jason Garrett’s disposition following the game…as Garrett delivered a mean shove to the chest of a security guard while heading to midfield to shake hands. Not sure what the beef was there, but Jason wanted no part of that guard. The post Jason Garrett owns a security guard following Cowboys win appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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After the Cowboys thrilling 24-23 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday afternoon, head coach Jason Garrett apparently didn’t want a security guard to spoil his high.
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You would think that Jason Garrett would be in a good mood after winning a key division game late in the season, but it appears that wasn't the case at all. As he was crossing the field to meet up with Redskins coach Mike Shanahan someone tried to approach him--and Garrett shoved him away!From Bleacher ReportCommon sense would tell me that when someone looks as angry as Garrett...
Jason Garrett's scorching hot seat just got that much warmer.
ESPN's Ed Werder reported Sunday that the "current expectation" is Cowboys owner Jerry Jones will fire Garrett and his coaching staff if the team doesn't make the playoffs.
Werder added that Jones doesn't want to fire Garrett -- he "prefers to be right about him" -- but Garrett can...
Following the Cowboys thrilling 24-23 win over the Redskins, Jason Garrett wasn’t feeling as jovial as some of his team. Check out Jason shoving who appears to be a security guard as he was walking to shake hands with Mike Shanahan.
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Jason Garrett has no time for you nonsense, security guard. He's got a 24-23 victory over the Washington Redskins to celebrate.
Tweet According to a report from ESPN’s Ed Werder, Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett will be fired if Dallas fails to make the playoffs this season. If Dallas defeats the Washington Redskins Sunday, they will be in line for a winner-take-all match up with the Philadelphia Eagles in week 17. The Cowboys have fallen short of qualifying for postseason...
[via]Good to know that in defeat or in victory, the magnanimous Jason Garrett of the Dallas Cowboys can still show extreme grace and poise while shoving a FedEx Field security officer off away from him with a blank expression and a flick of his Princeton-educated wrist.The inside rumor is that the Cowboys will study this footage in order to improve their defensive jamming techniques...
I am not sure what is going on here, but Garrett gives the security guy a Marshawn Lynch style stiff arm and just dismisses him from the picture.
Jason Garrett Pushes Security Guy
I wonder what happened after that?
Just when the Dallas Cowboys thought the season could not get any worse or anything more could happen, they lose starting quarterback Tony Romo for the rest of the season due to a back injury.
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During a Jerry Jones’ weekly radio appearance he made it clear that head coach Jason Garrett’s job is not on the line this week as they prepare to play the Eagles and possibility win the NFC East.
Is Jason Garrett coaching for his job Sunday? Jerry Jones on 105.3 The Fan: "That’s not right. That's all you need to say about it."...
Dallas coach Jason Garrett says Tony Romo hasn't been ruled out for a winner-take-all finale against Philadelphia after injuring his back against Washington.
Garrett says Monday that Romo will get treatment and be evaluated daily. He adds the Cowboys were looking to add a third quarterback behind backup Kyle Orton.
Romo injured his back in Sunday's 24-23 win over Washington...
The news that Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo would miss the rest of the season with a back injury hit fans like a lead balloon Monday afternoon. It may have also saved Jason Garrett's job.
Of course, Garrett wouldn't have wished this fate on Romo in a million years. But the ESPN report that shook North Texas two days before Christmas may end up being a lifeline to...
((HT: ESPN))Possibly a herniated disk... no one, except the Cowboys really know right now...And dead-man-walking Jason Garrett says that they're not ruling him out for the game against the Eagles- for now...even as everyone else on the planet is saying Romo is out for the season... Which means Kyle Orton, who hasn't had any real snaps in three years, will be getting the majority...
On Sunday morning, ESPN’s Ed Werder reported that the Cowboys will fired head coach Jason Garrett if they fail to make the playoffs.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones confronted Werder following Sunday’s win over the Redskins at FedEx Field.
After the thrilling, come-from-behind Week 16 win...