Jones waxes poetic on Jason Garrett with empty rhetoric yet again

Garrett has Cowboys practicing outside to prep for Chicago cold

"In my opinion, Jason Garrett will be coaching in the National Football League next year". Many believe that it will result elsewhere next year, fueled by the belief that the Cowboys have "finished with him". They've been calling for the firing of Jason Garrett although Jones has been quite adamant about that not happening. The 30-year-old missed two field goals in Thursday's Thanksgiving loss to the Buffalo Bills and has three botches in the last two games. And there's different ways to do it - and I certainly understand that - but in Dallas, Dallas knows how it was done. I think about there's no excuses. Listen, Jason Garrett has checked a lot of positive boxes when you start looking at coaches and the aptitude and the quality of coach. I'm still glad that when I get up in the morning, I can look for ways to help our team.

The Cowboys have proven one thing about all else this year; they can find ways to lose.

"You've got a head coach who comes down and says we're going to evaluate the kicker, and then the front office says right after that - probably in a press conference right outside the locker room - that they weren't evaluating the kicker", Aikman said.

As much as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones continues to say that he supports head coach Jason Garrett, we all know his time here is coming to an end.

Jones also mentioned he had seen the list of candidates who could replace Garrett should the Cowboys not extend their coach.

With the Cowboys still in first place in the NFC East, Jones said Garrett was the right man to lead the team on a redemption tour over the final four games of the season and make a run to the Super Bowl.

The Cowboys now hold the No. 4 seed in the NFC and are on track to meet the San Francisco 49ers in the Wild Card round.

The Dallas Cowboys need a win this week both to help them keep the lead in the NFC East and get a moral boost throughout the organization and fan base.

Paulina Dedaj is a writer/ reporter for Fox News.

The G-Men are on track for their consecutive double-digit losing season for the first time since the three-year period between 1978-1980 and head coach Pat Shurmur's days in New Jersey appear numbered. And would you like the listing what number of quantity there are who've a number of Tremendous Bowls and have been teaching 10 years?

Dallas, which miraculously sits atop the division with a 6-6 record, will close out the regular season with games against the Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins.