It feels like it's only a matter of time before Jerry Jones comes to his senses and moves on from veteran head coach Jason Garrett.
Following the Thanksgiving Day loss at home to the Buffalo Bills, Dallas is now a disappointing 6-6 on the year, but still (somehow) atop of the NFC East because the Eagles have been a total mess of late.
Regardless, Jones has voiced his displeasure and his latest quote on Garrett tells you everything you need to know about the head coach's status moving forward.
The fact that Jones says Garrett will be coaching in the NFL next year, but doesn't say in Dallas or for the Cowboys is quite telling.
The Giants reportedly have interest in bringing Garrett to East Rutherford should Jones indeed make the move to not bring him back to the Big D. Come on, folks. You can't look at that tweet from Dallas insider Jon Machota and not think Jones has his mind already made up.
This is the Dallas Cowboys we're talking about here. Inconsistent seasons will never be tolerated, but that's exactly what Garrett has provided in his time at the helm. Come the offseason, everyone is expecting Jones to pull the plug.
Unless Dallas somehow goes on a deep postseason run, all signs are pointing to a new head coaching arriving to Jerry World next campaign to try and help the team win the Super Bowl for the first time since 1996.