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Jason Garrett Expected to be Named Dallas Cowboys Head Coach

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, January 6th, 2011
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This isn’t a surprised.

My theory is that Jerry Jones will never hire a big name coach again.  The reason is simple, Jerry Jones is the real coach of the Cowboys and if he hired someone of any note they would want more control.

Jason Garrett is a “company man”, someone who is just happy to have a head coaching job and will let Jerry Jones do whatever it is he wants with no push back.

Garrett did a decent job after Wade Phillips left the building, in my mind he isn’t the right person for the job.  For the Cowboys to succeed Jones would need a coach who is powerful enough to tell him to mind his business.  There will be a lot of pressure on Garrett next year to win immediately and I just don’t see it happening.

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  1. Larry Hardy says:

    I hear what you are saying, but that is one of those common misconception. He, who signs the checks, is in charge. Everyone has someone they have to answer to. We need to dispell this myth that coaches can tell an owner to mind their business. They didn't get where they are by letting someone else make all the decisions. You hire a coach to produce results on the field. They are too close to the players to making decision on monetary policy for an organization. Would you let Larry Brown make decisions on who stays and goes given how he fickle he is? NO.

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