Jason Garrett is the new head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, and this time there's no "interim" tag at the beginning of that title.
Garrett long has been thought to be the intended replacement for Wade Phillips once he left, but Phillips hung around longer than anyone originally thought, and much longer than he should have.
The Cowboys came out of the gates of the 2010 season looking anything like the championship team they were supposed to be. The Cowboys gave hints of what was to come during the preseason, but those hints were dismissed.
However, the horribly inconsistent and often lackluster play that plagued the preseason from even the starters carried over into the regular season, and by November the season was beyond over, Phillips was fired and Garrett got his chance.
A completely different-looking team took the field after Garrett took over, and the positive changes he's made have been rewarded with the job on a permanent basis, in whatever sense permanent means in the NFL.
Here's a look at some of the changes Cowboys fans can expect in the offseason.