Do Jerry and Stephen Jones really want the Dallas Cowboys to win a Super Bowl under their reign? At this point, Cowboys fans must be really confused about which direction their franchise is going.
Stephen Jones, CEO of the Cowboys and the son of outspoken owner Jerry Jones, was quoted as saying that head coach Jason Garrett isn't on the hot seat after starting this season with a 3-3 record.
Hey Stephen? You guys just lost to the Jets. The New York Jets.
Sure, they finally got back Sam Darnold after his bout with mononucleosis. Sure, Dak Prescott didn't have two of his stud offensive tackles to protect him in the pocket.
But Jason Garrett just handed the lowly Jets their first win of the season, and you're going to tell us that doesn't raise any concerns after getting crushed by the Packers?
Props to Jones for not massively overreacting, although no one would blame him if he did. Seriously.
The Cowboys haven't made it past the divisional playoffs since their 1995 Super Bowl title. Garrett hasn't done anything to remedy that.
With a crucial upcoming game against the division-rival Eagles, Garrett will be begging for a win heading into the bye week before they face the Giants.