The contract with Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett will expire after the 2019 season, but Ian Rapoport reports that Jerry Jones will extend her after the playoffs, it does not matter what's going on tonight against the Rams.
The Cowboys started on 3-5 this year, and Dan Graziano from ESPN still jeopardized Garrett's work last month following a loss of shutout to the Colts. But two late victories have won NFC East and The Clapper's team beat the 24-22 Seahawks in the wild card round last week.
The extension of Garrett is a reward for the turnaround of this year, or a representation of Jerry Jones's desire to have a coach with the staff who is willing to go along with any what do you want? Two of the main factors of the improvement of the Cowboys of this year were the trade of Amari Cooper and the dismissal of the Paul Alexander offensive line coach. The way Jones talked about these moves made it clear that he had a significant influence on them:
"[The Cowboys] are more urgent because we dug a hole here." We have to be strong enough in our success. here we do not have the time, we do not have the room to move in. That says a lot about the things we've done over the past two weeks, leading to Cooper and the changes we've made in the offensive line. "
"We have a high standard," Jones said. "When we look at the strength of our team, we consider it as the offensive line.You are on the spot when you are playing and training in that area.This is an area that we want to be a symbol of what the team is in. After seven games We were not doing standard work, we felt we needed new voices, this was the way to give up the best chance to go in the direction we want to go. "
Garrett, in a characteristic way, was much quieter about Alexander's dismissal, simply by saying, "We're always trying to get better." If the Cowboys' improvement idea means keeping Garrett around even longer, then Jones must have a strange definition of "better".