The Cowboys are 1-5. They off to their worst start since 1989 when they finished 1-15. Quarterback Tony Romo could be out eight weeks and possibly the season with a fractured clavicle.
However, owner Jerry Jones says he feels the same about coach Wade Phillips and has no plans of making a change during the season.
"With Romo being hurt doesn't affect the way I feel about Wade Phillips," Jones said. "I'm disappointed. We have fallen short of what my expectations were. My main concern is how do we change with the quarterback. We got 10 games left and how do you get ready to go."
Jones acknowledges he is not optimistic about a miraculous turnaround.
"I would be more optimistic if we had a healthy quarterback," Jones said. "I thought one of our biggest plusses going into the game was our health. Now we have a bigger challenge. I'm surprised and disappointed with our start and tonight is not something I want to think about right now. We have a huge amount of the season left. Our desire is to still win games this year."
Clarence E. Hill Jr.