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Jerry Jones shows some semblance of support for Jason Garrett

Jerry Jones has made it abundantly clear this week that he’s unhappy with the Dallas Cowboys’ coaching staff, beginning with Jason Garrett. On Wednesday, Jones seemingly appeared to at least show some semblance of support for the much-maligned Cowboys head coach.

Jones put the Cowboys’ staff on notice in the wake of Sunday’s 13-9 loss to the New England Patriots, as the outspoken owner bemoaned the team’s 6-5 record, saying, “With the makeup of this team, I shouldn’t be this frustrated.”

Then on Tuesday, Jones doubled down on his criticism of Garrett, but nevertheless stated his perpetually embattled head coach will not be fired this season.

The ongoing Garrett drama unsurprisingly was a topic of conversation during Jones’ appearance Wednesday on NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football.”

Jones, however did add one caveat to the perceptively tepid endorsement of Garrett.

The Cowboys currently remain in first place in the NFC East, but it’s becoming apparent that a deep run in the postseason might be the only thing that will save Garrett’s job.