Listen to Colin Cowherd explain why Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is at the crossroads of his career in Dallas, as one of the longest tenured coaches in the NFL along the likes of Mike Tomlin, Sean Payton, and Bill Belichick appears to be on his last legs in Dallas.
Garrett has long been one of the most derided head coaches in the league considering the fact that the Cowboys have routinely boasted one of the league’s most talented teams on paper, but a franchise who still can’t seem to get over the hump, as Garrett’s teams have never advanced past the Divisional Round of the NFC playoff bracket since he started in 2010.
Colin says the Cowboys’ 13-9 Week 12 loss to the New England Patriots was the low point of the season for the Cowboys, who Colin says looked like a team who had never played in the rain or wind before and one that looked like they were playing with absolutely no identity.
And perhaps the worst part of Sunday afternoon was Garrett’s puzzling decision while down 13-6 to kick a field on 4th and 7 from the New England 13 yard line with only six minutes remaining. The three points seemed pointless given Dallas still needed to score a touchdown to win, and the fact their offense had struggled all night to move the ball past midfield in the near-monson weather conditions.
Check out the video above as Colin details why Garrett is the problem in Dallas.