Is the end near for Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett? Maybe. It all depends on what he does in the last two games of the season, according to ESPN's Ed Werder. Following last Sunday's debacle against the Green Bay Packers, Tony Romo and Garrett have developed a bit of tension towards one another after the 'Boys quarterback said he was unaware of the head coach singling him out for last week's fateful decision. However, that's only the tip of the iceberg.
Werder points out that Jerry Jones wants to be right about Garrett, but if the team doesn't win the NFC East and make the playoffs, it may be time to let Garrett go. In his three years as the Cowboys head coach, Garrett has posted a 28-26 record with no postseason appearances. With a resume like that, it makes sense why it's probably time for Jerry to look elsewhere.