Jerry Jones Gets Brutally Honest About Cowboys Coaching Job
Jerry Jones gets brutally honest about the Cowboys coaching job in a recent interview.
In a recent interview on the NFL Network’s Good Morning Football, Jones addressed all the recent commentary that he is being too hard on Jason Garrett.
“Let me tell you, no one in this country has earned the right to say ‘I’m a Jason Garrett man’ more than me,” he said.
“I am his man. And we want the very same thing. And that’s for our players to play at their very best and we want his staff to coach at their very best. The bottom line is we get graded. I’m in business.”
Jones did not stop there, though.
“I don’t have to win the Super Bowl in business every year. I can come in sixth and have a hell of a year.
“But in this case, you’ve got to come in first. You’ve got to come in first. So fundamentally, you’ve asked for something that’s a very narrow window to begin with. I want Jason to get it done.”
If Super Bowls, or even postseason success if Jones’ barometer for Garrett, then it is easy to see why his is dissatisfied.
Garrett has been the Cowboys coach since 2010, and in that time the team has made the playoffs just three times.