Jason Garrett's job is safe and secure. That could change by the time Sunday night turns into Monday.
Lose to the Eagles, and things could take a sudden turn overnight.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been steadfast in his support of Garrett, despite the Cowboys barely being on the playoff radar at 5-6 and stumbling through a season full of penalties and mistakes.
This being just Garrett's second full season in charge, he deserves another year to craft the team in his image. His first full season, 2011, was marred by a labor dispute that cost him valuable off-season work with the team.
This season could also be written off because of the multitude of injuries the Cowboys have suffered. Of course, other than the season-opening win over the Giants, they haven't really played much better when at full health.
As bad as the Cowboys have been, the Eagles are in far worse shape. They're a shadow of a club right now with a 3-8 record and stuck in a seven-game tailspin.