Jason Garrett Completely Sidesteps Question About Future as Cowboys’ Head Coach

Jason Garrett likely knows his days are numbered. although, he won’t talk about it publicly.

Ignorance is bliss to the Cowboys’ head coach after he was asked whether he felt he was coaching for his head coaching position for the remainder of the season.

He completely sidestepped the question.

“We’re just focused on having a great Thursday,” he said on 105.3 The Fan on Monday, via The Athletic, referring to Dallas’ Week 14 matchup at Chicago, slated for Thursday night. “That’s always been my approach whenever I’ve been involved in anything as a player or coach in this league. … We got to have a great day today.”

The 6-6 Cowboys are hoping to get back on thw inning track against the 6-6 Chicago Bears as they are currently on a 2-game losing streak.

“You just have to get back to work,” Garrett said, per ESPN.com. “That’s the nature of the National Football League. It’s hard every week. You are going to deal with adversities over the course of the year. You’re going to have to deal with the successes over the course of the year. You have to learn from them and move on and get ready for the next challenge.”

Luckily for the Garrett, the Philadelphia Eagles aren’t exactly playing well themselves, so the NFC East crown is still in their sights.