- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas – As some clamor for Jason Garrett to give up the play-calling duties, the Cowboys head coach is not going to make a change.
“We’ve discussed it in the past, that’s always something, how you handle the mechanics of who calls the plays and how we handle different situations,” Garrett said. “We feel like this is the best way to do it right now.”
When the Cowboys introduced Bill Callahan as offensive coordinator in the offseason, Garrett said he could see a day where he no longer calls the plays. Five games into the season and coming off the best offensive showing of the season, the status quo will remain.