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If you were to ask me which one to get rid of between head coach Jason Garrett and quarterback Tony Romo, I'd still choose Garrett.
Yes, we know what we get out of Romo (and I will address that later on), but Garrett himself has cost the Cowboys victories in his two-and-a-half seasons at the helm.
His time management leaves much to be desired; it even cost them a very winnable game against a Baltimore Ravens team that was all but ready to concede the game to the Cowboys in Week 6.
His judgement isn't always where it needs to be.
When the Cowboys run the ball, they have a well-balanced offense. The problem with Garrett is he just doesn't run the ball. DeMarco Murray should be attempting an average of 20-plus carries per game.
When he was healthy this year, he only ran the ball 20 times once. Dallas beat the New York Giants that night, as Murray ran for 131 yards.
Murray isn't even Dallas' only rushing threat. Felix Jones has been inconsistent in his time with the Cowboys, and he is averaging 3.6 yards per carry this year. He has 58 carries on the year, and against Atlanta only touched the ball nine times for 39 yards.
The offensive line for the Cowboys has also been atrocious. This is partly due to their coaching as well. Wasn't Garrett supposed to be an offensive mastermind? I haven't seen it yet, and if I can't see it in two-and-a half seasons, it's likely not there.
Jason Garrett isn't Dallas' only problem, but he should be the first one out of town. But someone else should go with him.