Rumors regarding the Dallas Cowboys are running rampant as "America's Team" is about to complete another disappointing season, and fans everywhere want accountability. Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett always seems to be at the top of everyone's list for the team's failures, and many fans and analysts have called for him to be fired over the last few years. In five complete seasons as the coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Garrett has only made the playoffs one time. Since his playoff appearance came in 2014, there was a lot of hope for the 2015 season. While injuries to quarterback Tony Romo and wide receiver Dez Bryant are a big reason for the poor record this season, Garrett still seems to be the main problem according to many people.
After Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly was fired yesterday, the speculation really started to heat up. After all, Chip Kelly reached the playoffs once in his three seasons and was fired. Garrett has only reached the playoffs once in five seasons, and the team has only regressed this year. Charles Casserly of NFLN took to his Twitter account to explain that the two situations are not the same.