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October 31, 2012

Jason Garrett appreciates Jerry Jones' support

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gave coach Jason Garrett a vote of confidence on his radio show Tuesday despite the team's disappointing 3-4 start. Garrett said he and the coaching staff appreciate Jones' support and are focused on getting things going in the right direction starting Sunday against the undefeated Falcons.
"He’s an outstanding owner," Garrett said. "He supports every coach and payer here and does everything he can to help us be our best and win football games, so we appreciate that support and we’re focused on doing our jobs as well as we can do them."
-- Clarence Hill


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You better appreciate his support. Because the kinds of mistakes that are being made (false starts, wrong routes, clock mismanagement, illegal motions, clearly questionable playcalling) are ALL problems that should be quick fixes. Problems that well-coached teams do not have. He's publicly showing you support right now, but if you don't get it together soon, u'll be gone faster than wade phillips.

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