Time to work the other side of the ball

If Garrett has offense under control, Jerry wants Cowboys coach to fix his defense

Updated: March 3, 2014, 10:02 PM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

By now it should be obvious to all that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has no desire to fire Jason Garrett.

He'll eventually do it one day -- perhaps at the end of next season, if it ends without a playoff appearance -- but it's not something Jerry wants to do.

Jerry wants his coach to succeed, if for no other reason than he has zero idea who would replace Garrett.

That's why he retained Garrett after a third consecutive 8-8 season that ended without making the playoffs.

Understand, ...

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