During his entire nine-year career as the head coach in Dallas, Garrett is a mediocre 70-58 (.547) including being just 1-3 in the playoffs.
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Will Jason Garrett be back next season?
If Jones is referring to the Cowboys' offense, he's delusional, because defenses haven't struggled much to solve anything the Dallas' offense has shown them. Prescott threw for 243 yards and two touchdowns, but threw an interception, lost a fumble and was sacked five times.
The Cowboys next face the division-rival Eagles on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 8:20 p.m. ET. "I talk to people who have been inside the building and have a pretty good understanding of how things are run and in a lot of ways there's a lot of dysfunction and that has to change if this team is going to be able to compete on a consistent basis like the teams that you look to around the league that seemingly are in the hunt each and every year".More news: Women chirpiest in the morning less likely to develop breast cancer
"Go through the list and this team, over a long period of time, has been what it's been", Aikman said.
"Don't look for any real major changes in terms of coaching or how we address personnel", Jones said. "I do listen to what the fans say".
"I think the best way for us to have an opportunity to be successful is to basically stay with what we're doing and get better", said Jones, who added he's not against change. Make no mistake about that. And that may actually be the one thing that will force the owner and his front office to make the hard changes required to turn this team around. "Our record could be better than it is right now and we'd still be in trouble, we have to play better".
Jones also insisted offensive coordinator Scott Linehan was not in danger of being fired either in his comments. And head coach Jason Garrett is a mediocre coach.More news: Migrant caravan reaches Mexico City