Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he will not make an in-season coaching change for his team, which fell to 3-5 on the season. Jason Garrett’s place as head coach has come into question amid a disappointing start for the team.
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ARLINGTON, Texas — Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones had a one-word answer when asked if there was any scenario in which he would make an in-season coaching change in 2018 following his team’s 28-14 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday night.
Jones has made only one in-season head-coaching change since purchasing the Cowboys in 1989, and that was elevating Jason Garrett to his current role in favor of Wade Phillips after the Cowboys got off to a 1-7 start in 2010.
The loss to the Titans dropped the Cowboys to 3-5 at the midway point of the season, leaving them two games behind the NFC East-leading Washington Redskins. The Cowboys play the 4-4 Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.