One of the great mysteries surrounding the Dallas Cowboys in the 2018 offseason is the question of who will be next in line for the vacant offensive coordinator job. While names like Jon Kitna and Kellen Moore have been thrown out, it seems like their overall impact on the offense might not be that significant.
According to a report, head coach Jason Garrett could take over play-calling duties.
This comes after a report that Garrett was in line for another extension despite having won just two playoff games in his tenure. Not only would the Cowboys be backing Garrett as a coach, but they would be giving him even more responsibility and control.
Garrett is certainly not a bad coach, but there's a limit on how far a Garrett-coached team will carry you. Giving him control of the offense is extremely short-sighted giving the dozens of bright young coordinators out there.