The Dallas Cowboys have a new head coach which is no surprise. Wade Phillips was fired by Cowboys’ team owner, Jerry Jones Monday after a 45-7 loss against the Packers on Sunday. Jason Garrett will be the Dallas Cowboys’ new head coach, according to SB Nation.
Jerry Jones originally wanted to wait until the NFL season was over, but that decision was changed after yesterday’s game. Jason Garrett, who’s the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator, will take Phillips’ place.
This year the Dallas Cowboys only won 1-7 with Wade Phillips as their head coach. He’s won 13, 9 and 11 games with the Cowboys during his three seasons of coaching. He leaves the Dallas team with a 1-2 winning record.
SB Nation indicates that Jason Garrett has been a candidate for coaching the Broncos and Rams over the past two years. It’s been suspected that he would end up being the head coach for the Dallas Cowboys, which is what happened today.
Maybe the Cowboys will start winning with Garrett taking over. They can’t do a lot worse.
Source: SB Nation