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Amari Cooper can not solve the cowboys biggest problem: Jason Garrett | Bleacher Report



  ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 5: Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett gestures in the fourth quarter of a game against the Tennessee Titans at the AT & T Stadium on November 5, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington / Getty Images)

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The Dallas Cowboys' main issue today is the same as yesterday and will be tomorrow: Jason Garrett is not the right person for the team.

The second longest head coach in franchise history has not built on his poor success during his nine seasons.

Dallas rejoined All-In this week to push the NFC East Division's crown by swapping the Oakland Raiders in the first round for wide receiver Amari Cooper to continue against the Tennessee Titans Monday night football . According to ESPN Stats & Info the 14-point loss of the cowboys is the worst they have expected since the 2004 campaign.

"We did not see that coming," said owner Jerry Jones after the 28-14 defeat at the AT & T Stadium in the Dallas Morning News " Jon Machota . "We had plenty of time to prepare. We had plenty of time to prepare and make changes to give us a better attitude. If you want, this is a regression for us. " [19659004] The defeat left Dallas at 3-5 and two full games behind the division's leading Washington Redskins, with poor preparation directly falling on the coaching staff.

Maybe the criticism that Garrett had participated in a World Series contest during his free time earned some merit, though Jones did not believe that and was a week away from defending his coach.

"First, we have no one, I'm not connected to anyone, who works harder than Jason Garrett, "he said to Dallas fan on 105.3 FM last week (via Todd Archer from ESPN.com)," I can assure you that he was in our team. As I said firsthand, we spent part of the weekend, good parts of the weekend – talking about this team on Saturday and Sunday and how we can improve it. I know where Jason Garrett's mind is, and I know where his work ethic is.

"Now some rest and then up to a Bye week [it] no topic."

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It's now a problem, after being completely played out by a Titans squad (4-4) with their own problems: Tennessee lost his previous three games and scored no more than 19 Points On Monday, the best version of Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota faced an allegedly improved defense from Dallas. He completed 21 of 29 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns. The quarterback ran 4:38 behind in the fourth quarter.

The Titans played like the team with a new weapon to exploit them, the Sin ce Dion Lewis replaced Derrick Henry in the starting field. The 195 pound back was too much for the cowboys. Lewis led Tennessee in both stormy and receiving shipyards. He finished the race with 122 meters to go and a score on the second pass.

Tennessee managed 340 meters and built permanent drives.

"We're all finding out where the rooms are and really understanding when I can throw or throw the ball," Mariota said after Turron Davenport from ESPN.com.

Mike Vrabel's team scored a goal in four out of five red zone opportunities, and it could have been even worse for the Cowboys, as Mariota missed a wide-open Corey Davis in the end zone before Ryan Succup scored a second. Yard Field in the air scored scoring attempt from the left post.

Jones's frustration becomes evident as she was arrested during the broadcast of ESPN:


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