Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has made it clear several times in the past that he is not a fan of Jason Garrett.
Owens, who spent three seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, had a message for Jerry Jones on Sunday: Fire Jason Garrett, and he delivered that message while dressed up for Halloween.
“He needs to quit meddling,” Owens told TMZ Sports after he put on a Halloween mask. “First of all, he needs to get rid of Jason Garrett. If he gets rid of Garrett, they definitely have an opportunity to go farther than they ever have. Other than that, man, that’s all I can really say about Jerry Jones. Great owner; I just think he’s in the cookie jar too much. He’s handling too much.”
Garrett has led the Cowboys to an 81-62 record, but the team has made the playoffs just three times and haven’t gotten to a NFC title game since the mid-90’s.
After starting 3-0, the team proceeded to lose 3 in a row and currently sit at 4-3 after defeating the Eagles before their bye week.