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October 18, 2011

Jones backs Garrett, regrets second guessing his play calling to the media

Two days after openly questioning coach Jason Garrett’s conservative game plan in a 20-16 loss to the Patriots, owner Jerry Jones expressed support for his coach and wishes he would have not said any thing at all.

"I would say that probably if I had that to do over again, I wouldn't comment, period," Jones said on his radio show 105.3 FM The Fan Tuesday. "I wouldn't even answer a question about it. I was asked the questions and you can always say, 'No comment.'

"But I did [comment], and I was real clear that this was a flip of the coin. That's what Jason frankly is paid to do, is make those decisions, and there's no one that I'd rather have make the decisions regarding our football team right now on an offensive play-call. There's absolutely no issue that I have with Jason Garrett's play calling. I want to get that real clear."

 Clarence Hill



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Then, by all means Jerry, shut up.

No, Jerry, you idiot. You should have said, "No, I don't have any problem with his play calling. I hired him to be the coach, and he makes those decisions."

You know. The way every REAL "GM" in the whole effing league wold have answered that question.

But that wouldn't be true, would it Jerry? The truth is you hired him to be a "proxy coach", while you "ran the team". When will this nightmare end for Cowboys fans? (Hint: Ask the Raiders)

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