TAMPA, Fla. – Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones reiterated Saturday night that he’s sticking with Jason Garrett beyond this season.
“There’s no chance of a coaching change in any way,” Jones said in an interview with the NFL Network, which is broadcasting the Cowboys game against the Buccaneers.
Jones said basically the same thing to a Dallas radio station and ESPN this week.
“It’s really not even something worth discussing,” Jones told ESPN’s Hannah Storm. “We are really just getting started.”
The Cowboys are 7-6, trailing the New York Giants (7-6) in the NFC East after the Giants won 37-34 at Cowboys Stadium last week. The Giants lead the division because they possess the head-to-head tiebreaker. The teams end the regular season Jan. 1 at the Meadowlands.
The Cowboys have lost two straight to fall out of the playoff picture. In five of their six losses, they blew fourth-quarter leads.
Still, Jones is adamant about sticking with Garrett, who replaced Wade Phillips after Jones fired ...