Published: Sun, December 01, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jerry Jones: 'Zero chance' of Super Bowl run without Garrett

Jerry Jones: 'Zero chance' of Super Bowl run without Garrett

"I'm going to get up in the morning, and I'm going to look for ways [to help], and I'm not going to panic". "I mean that. That's the way that I'm operating". ".The real world is it's not impossible that we could step out here and play a game that we improve from and we've got a caliber of team that has a chance to do more than just not show up in the playoffs".

While obviously still disappointed and emotional - Jones clearly had some tears in his eyes after exiting the locker room from which the muffled shouts of players could be heard - it was a far different mode than when the owner blasted the coaching staff after a 13-9 loss at New England.

"I believe in this group", he said. Whether that patience is a virtue depends on how one views the larger process of handling coaches. "One of them is not reworking the offense or the defense", he said.

"I wouldn't make a change and give us a chance to do what I want to dream about doing". Now, the Cowboys are on a bit of a losing streak and yesterday, they lost yet another game, this time at the hands of the Buffalo Bills. I like our bet there.

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That was far from the end of the story, though, as Paulinho cut the gap and Fransergio grabbed a late equaliser to keep Braga top. Raul Jimenez , Matt Doherty and Adama Traore had put them 3-1 ahead after Andre Horta's opener.

Garrett and the Cowboys close out the season with games against the Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia and the Washington Redskins.

The Cowboys haven't beaten a team that has a winning record. The Cowboys have made the playoffs in three of those years, going 2-3 in those appearances.

Jones added that he believes the team can win the NFC East and still have a storybook finish to the season. "Those names haven't changed". They led 7-0 on Dak Prescott's 8-yard touchdown pass to Jason Witten. With his Cowboys still in first place, that makes a lot of sense. "I'll assure you that you won't find somebody that knows how to do all of the things a head coach has to do better than Jason Garrett ... I feel like this is a man's game, it's not just on the coaching staff", Lawrence said.

National Football League informant Ed Werder reports that the Cowboys will give Garrett and his coaching staff the rest of the 2019 season, at least.

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