The former quarterback is in his second full season as head coach of the Cowboys. Garrett took over halfway through the 2010 season when then head coach Wade Phillips was fired.
Garrett finished the 2010 season 5-3 but was unable to continue that success in 2011. Dallas finished just 8-8 and is currently just 2-2 in 2012. The Cowboys are another team that is loaded with talent, but can't figure out a way to put it all together.
Garrett has to know that if he doesn't win this year, he's sure to be out in "Big D."
Those in favor of Garrett losing his job point to the several examples of his lack of game management.
In 2011, Garrett iced his own kicker Dan Bailey by calling a timeout just as the kick went up and through the uprights. Of course, when Baily tried the kick again, he missed.
Garrett's latest time management error perhaps cost Dallas its Week 6 game at Baltimore.
The Cowboy's were trying to get in place for a game-winning field goal. With one timeout left, they had 16 seconds in which to run a play. Instead, the clock ran down and they were forced to call the timeout and attempt a 51-yarder that was missed.
Dallas owner Jerry Jones is not going to stand around and watch his team continue to lose and miss the playoffs. If that happens this year, Garrett is as good as gone.