Jerry Jones After Cowboys Loss: “Everyone That’s Healthy Will Be Coaching.”

Matt Galatzan
December 05, 2019 - 11:44 pm

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones has guaranteed head coach Jason Garrett's job safety following the team's 31-24 loss to the Bears on Thursday night, further cementing his unwillingness to move on from Garrett during the regular season.

"We'll line them up here next week, we're gonna go try to win a football game," Jones said. "Everybody that's in here that's healthy will be playing and everybody that's healthy coaching will be coaching. We just got to play better."

Garrett, who has been on the national hot seat in the midst of his team's struggles over the last few weeks, faced a lot of questions heading into Soldier Field, only for his team to be run off of the field for the third time in as many weeks. 

As a result, media and Cowboys fans alike were sent into a frenzy, causing reporters to question both Garrett and Jones about the head coach's job security after the loss, with both independently asserting their confidence in the team and the vision of the franchise moving forward. 

Dallas will take the field next Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, looking to get back to .500 after their loss in Chicago took them below the mark for the first time this season.