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Jason Garrett needs to stick around

Coach must be allowed to learn on job because it gives Cowboys best chance

Updated: October 16, 2012, 3:34 PM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

IRVING, Texas -- In his first 29 games, the best coach in the Dallas Cowboys' illustrious history went 5-21-3. In his first 29 games, the second-best coach in franchise history went 7-22.

Oh, the nasty things folks said about Tom Landry in the early 1960s and about Jimmy Johnson after he replaced Landry in 1989. Of course, at the time, fans had no clue about the legacy each man would leave.

When Landry was criticized early in his tenure, Tex Schramm responded by giving him a 10-year ...

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