If the Cowboys lose to the Eagles this weekend and miss the playoffs, will
return as head coach?
Is he gone regardless?
Those are the questions being tossed around in the Dallas papers this Monday afternoon. If you believe the words coming out of
mouth, Phillips will be back.
"I don’t have any inclination as I stand here, after this ballgame, about any coaching changes. … And I don’t see (coaching) as an issue,” Jones told the
after Saturday night's loss to the Ravens. “And it’s not that fragile. It’s just not that fragile.”
“As I stand here now it, just doesn’t make sense,” Jones continued. “He’s only been here two years.”
When the season started, it was assumed that it was only a matter of time before
took over the head-coaching job in Dallas after he turned down offers elsewhere to return as offensive coordinator. But the fans and media aren't exactly thrilled with Garrett's performance either. Check out
in a chat today:
Other headlines from the Dallas papers:
For the record, the Cowboys control their own destiny. If they win Sunday, they're in the playoffs. As you've probably heard by now, the Eagles-Dallas game has been moved to 4:15. That means the Birds will know at kickoff whether they still have a chance to get in. The Bucs play the Raiders at 1. Same goes for the Vikings and Giants. And the Bears-Texans.