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Jerry Jones ‘Disappointed’ After Cowboys Lose To The Eagles, Jason Garrett’s Fate Is Almost Certainly Sealed

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones wasn’t happy after his team lost to the Eagles 17-9 Sunday.

 

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The most famous owner in pro sports said the following about the loss, according to ESPN:

When you get in this spot, you give yourself a chance to be real disappointed. We are. The fact that we didn’t get any [touchdowns], the fact the game turned out the way it did, they played well. Not a lot to say about anything else other than it’s very disappointing. We all expected to leave here as NFC East champs. We’re not. We’ll just go to Washington.

Jones didn’t address the fate of head coach Jason Garrett, but I’m happy to fill in the blanks for all of you guys. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Garrett’s egg is cooked after losing to the Eagles last night. It was probably cooked no matter what happened against the Eagles.

 

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After losing to a banged up Philadelphia squad and losing control of the NFC East, he’s done. There’s no chance in hell the Cowboys are bringing him back.

I’m guessing Jones made his decision weeks ago, but he just respects Garrett too much to say anything publicly.

 

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You can just look at the Cowboys and see something has to change. Unfortunately for Garrett, in a situation like this that change usually ends up being the head coach.

The Cowboys have to beat the Redskins and hope the Giants beat the Eagles in order to get into the playoffs. Is it possible? Sure, but it’s not a position Dallas wants to be in.

 

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I think we’re about to watch Jason Garrett coach one more game with the Cowboys, and then his ride is over.