Cowboys news: Jerry Jones thinks Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL in 2020
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Jerry Jones thinks Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL in 2020

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Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones believes head coach Jason Garrett will be coaching in the NFL in 2020, but will it be for the Cowboys?

Under Garrett in 2019, the Cowboys are 6-6 but still first place in a weak NFC East division. The team is 0-5 against teams with a winning record.

Since 2011, Garrett is 78-62 but has failed to bring the team to a Super Bowl on NFC Conference Championship. Many believed this would be the season for the Cowboys, coming off 10-6 season and with plenty of young talent. But the team dropped three straight games after starting the season 3-0.

Garrett’s job status is coming under fire this season with the team underperforming, but Jones says Garrett will finish out the season as the teams head coach regardless of what happens in the final four games of the 2019 season. It is rumored that only a Super Bowl will change the mind of Jones when it comes to Garrett.

The Cowboys are getting help from the Philadelphia Eagles in their quest for the playoffs, as the Eagles have dropped three straight games and still trail the Cowboys by one game in the NFC East. Dallas and Philadelphia will play on Week 16 in Philadelphia.

Much speculation has come from who will be coaching the Cowboys in 2020 if Garrett is let go. Some names include defensive backs coach Kris Richard or Oklahoma Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley.

In the team’s last four games, Dallas will take on the Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Eagles, and Washington Redskins.