After a successful season and a playoff victory, it seems as Jason Garrett is on tap to be rewarded once again.
The Dallas Cowboys completely shocked everybody when they turned their 3-5 record into a division-winning 10-6 season that now includes a playoff win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Much of that credit can be contributed to head coach Jason Garrett.
As the team gets set for their next playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams, talk of Jason Garrett’s success has been making its way through NFL circles.
On Saturday, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that the Cowboys will begin talks about an extension with Garrett in the offseason, and it’s expected to be a “lucrative” one.
“I’m told the Cowboys are positive that Garrett is going to be their coach going forward,” Rapoport said on Good Morning Football: Weekend, “and after the season when this all ends, they do intend to begin negotiating a long-term extension with Garrett.”
For all the criticism that he takes for his clapping on the sidelines whether winning or losing, Garrett only has one losing record in 8 years with the franchise, winning the division in three of their last five seasons.