Tomorrow, will mark the final game of the 2010 NFL season for the Dallas Cowboys. To say that the Dallas Cowboys under preformed this year would be a huge understatement. The only bright side to the 2010 Dallas Cowboys season was the firing of head coach Wade Phillips at mid-season and the hiring of Jason Garrett to take his place, at least for the rest of the current season. Now, the big decision of whether to keep Jason Garrett as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys will remain front page news until Jerry Jones makes a final decision on his future. What are the pros and cons of making Jason Garrett the full-time head coach of the Dallas Cowboys?
The pros are pretty easy to see, because the Dallas Cowboys had won only one game in the 2010 season - until Jason Garrett took over as the head coach. Another thing on the pros side of keeping Jason Garrett as the head coach of the Cowboys is that owner Jerry Jones already knows and feels comfortable with Garrett, because he has served for many years as the teams offensive coordinator. I also believe it's a pro that Jason Garrett has the ability to motivate the Dallas Cowboys players like no one else.
Now for the cons of hiring Jason Garrett as the new full-time head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. The biggest con is that Jason Garrett has no head coaching experience with the exception of a hand full of games at the very end of the 2010 NFL season. When I say Jason Garrett has no head coaching experiences, I am not just referring to his experience in the NFL, but in college and even high school football as well. When we all shed our human emotions to naturally like Jason Garrett, because he made the last part of this season bearable for Cowboys fans - in reality, is it smart to hire a head coach for the most popular team in the NFL who has no real world head coaching experience? Dallas Cowboys fans will just have to wait for Jerry Jones to make up his mind on the future of Jason Garrett and then we will be forced to live with whatever that decision turns out to be.