It Appears Jerry Jones Actually Likes His Fan Base's Happiness So He Won't Extend Jason Garrett (Yet)

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The sports world is buzzing right now, especially in the Big D. It broke not too long ago that the Knicks are sending Kristaps Porzingis, Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr. to the Mavericks in return for Wesley Matthews, Dennis Smith Jr. and DeAndre Jordan.

Huge news if you’re into this kinda thing.

But under the radar of the MASSIVE NBA news, Adam Schefter dropped something kinda important for Dallas sports fans.

Holy. Shit.

I can’t believe this is true. I’ll never someone that takes delight in people getting fired (I try to be a good person), but then again I made #FireEveryone shirts this year because as a Dallas native, I am sick and tired of being sick and tired of Cowboys’ mediocrity. When I saw the news hit that they were going to extend him BEFORE the Rams playoff game, I was completely convinced that Jerry Jones had signed over his will to Jason Garrett. Or that JG had some deep, dark secret hanging. Why would you extend a guy for winning two play off games since 2010?

Didn’t make sense to anybody with a brain.

He told 105.3 The Fan this week that he isn’t announcing anything with Jason Garrett during Super Bowl week because he doesn’t want to make this a featured topic around the big game but that his head coach isn’t on “shaky ground.”

L.O.L. 1) Jerry Jones normally thinks he is the lime light, so why would this be different? and 2) Stealing headlines during Super Bowl week is actually kinda fun.

Silence speaks louder sometimes though. The way I see it is that 2019 is go out and actually earn that extension, Garrett. And I’m into it.

Of course that doesn’t mean that he won’t get resigned at the end of the season even if they are mediocre again, but at least it looks like Jerry is wanting him to coach for his future… again. (#DezCaughtIt)

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Other important news: Kellen Moore named OC taking over for Scott Linehan. And Jon Kitna will be a first-time NFL QB coach after coaching mostly high school football.

But still nothing compares to the fact that I know Jerry Jones may be coming around to the idea that things need to be changed in Dallas to return to 90s prominence. Maybe he’s actually listening to his fan base.