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The Dallas Cowboys do not play a game that matters again until September, but coach Jason Garrett’s proximity to the hot seat is already being discussed.

That’s what happens when you miss the playoffs for the fifth time in seven full seasons as coach, with the Cowboys finishing 9-7 in 2017.

At the Senior Bowl this week, owner and general manager Jerry Jones was asked if it was fair to consider Garrett on the hot seat in 2018.

“It’s fair for you to ask,” Jones told reporters in Mobile, Alabama, “but he’s not on my hot seat.”

Well, what else would you expect Jones to say in January? He would not answer that question in any other way. Jones backed Wade Phillips publicly until the end in 2010 when it was painfully obvious the players were no longer buying what he was selling.

“I would like for Jason to repeat as coach of the year within 24 months,” Jones said. “And he’s capable of doing that if we do good next year, be coach of the year twice in 24 months. That would be great.”

Garrett was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year after the Cowboys’ 13-3 finish in 2016. He took a team that lost its starting quarterback, Tony Romo, in the preseason, handed the keys to a fourth-round pick, Dak Prescott, and built the offense around a rookie running back, Ezekiel Elliott, to finish with an NFC-best 13 wins.

He didn’t have the answers in 2017 with Elliott’s suspension and injuries to offensive tackle Tyron Smith and linebacker Sean Lee derailing their season. By the end of the season, the passing game was unrecognizable even after Elliott’s return from suspension.

While disappointed in missing out on the playoffs, Jones never gave serious consideration to dismissing Garrett. But there have been changes to Garrett’s coaching staff. Wade Wilson (quarterbacks) and Joe Baker (secondary) were fired. Receivers coach Derek Dooley became the offensive coordinator at Missouri and will be replaced by Sanjay Lal. Special teams coach Rich Bisaccia was allowed to leave for the same job on Jon Gruden’s staff with the Oakland Raiders. Offensive line coach Frank Pollack was fired and replaced by Paul Alexander. Passing game coordinator/linebackers coach Matt Eberflus is expected to join Josh McDaniels in Indianapolis and was replaced as passing game coordinator by Kris Richard, who spent the previous three seasons as the Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator.

More spots need to be filled, which is why Garrett was not at the Senior Bowl this week.

The coaches who remain and new coaches spent the week going over the Cowboys’ personnel, reviewing the 2017 season and what needs to be done to improve. Attending the Senior Bowl can be beneficial to coaches as they get a first look at prospects, but the truth is the week often turns into a high school reunion of sorts where coaches spend time catching up with buddies instead of paying attention to what’s happening on the field.

“I’m really excited about the changes we’ve made on the coaching staff,” Jones said. “There have been many. Probably by the time we’re through there would’ve been eight coaching changes. And so I think all of those give us a chance to improve, and we really are pleased with the availability of the coaches we’ve got and so I think that will help us. It was all done with the personnel we have and the moves we might have in mind.”

Garrett faced a more pressure-filled future in 2014. He was coming off three straight 8-8 finishes and was in the final year of his contract. The Cowboys went 12-4 and made it to the divisional round of the playoffs largely on Romo’s best season and DeMarco Murray’s 1,845 yards rushing.

That earned Garrett a five-year deal. This will be the fourth year of that contract.

“Jason has had a lot of success here,” executive vice president Stephen Jones said in this Dallas Morning News story. “At times when we have had an offseason there’s been some extenuating circumstances and I just think Jason is a great head football coach. He was coach of the year last year. This is a tough business now, when one year you’re coach of the year and the next people are asking questions like this. I understand it. I understand that’s the nature of our business, but we just really believe Jason is the right man for the job.

“He has a great way about the team. He represents the organization in a great way and we just feel like he’s the right guy for our organization.”

But make no mistake — he will be on the hot seat even if Jerry Jones doesn’t want to say it right now.

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As the Dallas Cowboys look to fill out their coaching staff, they know they will not have a vacancy on their personnel staff.

Will McClay, the vice president of player personnel, said Wednesday that he has officially declined a chance to interview for the Houston Texans’ general manager job. When reports surfaced last weekend that McClay had turned down the chance to speak with Houston, he said he had not been contacted by any representatives of the team.

McClay’s decision to remain in Dallas is the best news the Cowboys have had in the early offseason. He has run the team’s personnel department since 2014 and has played the lead in drafting four Pro Bowlers: Zack Martin, DeMarcus Lawrence, Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott. The Cowboys have also added 12 starters or key contributors through the draft during that time, in addition to right tackle La’el Collins as an undrafted free agent.

McClay has received interest from a number of teams in recent years, including the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers, but has opted to remain with the Cowboys, who have given McClay a bigger title and added responsibility.

The Texans’ job had some interest for McClay, a Houston native and Rice graduate. He has family in the city and he would not be far from his son. Plus, the Texans have a decent roster, especially with the eventual return to health of J.J. Watt and Deshaun Watson, and a good cap situation to be a contender in the AFC.

McClay has been with the Cowboys since 2002, working his way up from a pro scout. While Jerry Jones maintains the general manager role and Stephen Jones is the director of player personnel, they lean heavily on McClay in the draft process and throughout the season.

He has helped bring stability to the draft room with a program designed to keep the scouts and coaches on the same page.

One day he could have the chance to run his own team, but for now McClay is betting on himself and betting on the Cowboys.c

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A year ago, Scott Linehan could do no wrong.

He directed a Dallas Cowboys offense that averaged 26.3 points per game and 376.7 yards total per game, including 149.8 yards rushing per game. He did so with rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, a fourth-round pick, starting every game. He had the NFL’s leading rusher in rookie Ezekiel Elliott and an offensive line that boasted three All-Pros.

All of that earned Linehan a contract extension after the 2016 season.

As 2017 comes to a close, Linehan has been under fire for an offense that is averaging 23.2 points and 334 yards per game. The Cowboys still run the ball well; even without Elliott for six games, they averaged 136.1 yards. But the passing game is 25th, averaging just 197.9 yards a contest.

“I’ve been doing this for a long time,” Linehan said. “It’s part of the gig.”

Owner and general manager Jerry Jones has backed head coach Jason Garrett’s return for 2018, but he has not done the same for the rest of the staff. A number of assistants have expiring contracts when the season ends.

Linehan was asked if he feels pressure for his job.

“No, that’s just part of the deal,” he said. “If you spend time listening to whatever you call it, criticism or whatever, then you’re not focusing on the right things. We stay in a pretty tight, close-knit group, and we focus on our team and what we got to do to win football games, and do it the best way we can. We’re not focused on what people think or how they think we should do it. That’s really our approach. That’s been my approach.”

Linehan came under question for calling a run-pass option from the Seattle Seahawks’ 3-yard line in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 21-12 loss. Prescott went with the pass based on Seattle’s look, but he was not able to get the ball to an open Cole Beasley. On second down, Jason Witten was called for a hold on another pass call.

“It’s a called run, but if the free safety is blitzing, it’s going to be a negative play,” Linehan said. “So we missed that opportunity. … And if it works, everything is fine. If it doesn’t, I’m sure like with any loss, you are going to have a lot of naysayers out there criticizing what we do. That doesn’t really affect our approach and what we do and how we do it.”

The passing game has taken a step back. Prescott has failed to reach 200 passing yards in a game seven times this season. Linehan put that on the lack of big plays. The Cowboys have just 31 pass plays of 20 yards or more. A year ago, they had 39.

“I think we’re going to run first here. Throwing for 300 yards in this approach is going to be a little bit more of a less common thing,” Linehan said. “I don’t think we say we have to throw for a certain number of yards. I just think the big plays have been the biggest thing. You saw it in the New York game. You really saw it for a couple games, the big play was a part of that game. We didn’t really throw the ball a whole lot more than we normally would.”

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The Dallas Cowboys’ season is in complete free fall.

Everything needs to be questioned following their 28-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday.

Has Jason Garrett lost his team, and will it cost him his job a season after he led the Cowboys to the best record in the NFC? If he continues as the coach, are there significant changes to come for a coaching staff that has seen its past three opponents outscore the Cowboys 72-6 in the second half?

Is Dak Prescott, who followed his first three-interception game with another two interceptions after having just four picks in 2016, really the quarterback of the future? Is Dez Bryant in his final days with the Cowboys?

One question doesn’t need to be asked: Jerry Jones will not replace himself as general manager.

A season that started with Super Bowl aspirations has dissolved into a 5-6 mess in which the Cowboys can be thankful for only that the New York Giants have been worse, at 2-8.

If there is any shred of good news, it is that the Cowboys actually scored a touchdown. It came with 12:48 to play when Rod Smith crossed the goal line for the first touchdown in 27 possessions dating to the first quarter of the Nov. 12 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

But the offense could not get out of its own way, even with the return of Tyron Smith from a groin strain. Smith was flagged for holding on what would have been a 34-yard touchdown run by Prescott in the third quarter. On the next play, Prescott was under pressure and had to throw the ball away. With 7:41 to play, Prescott had an interception returned 90 yards for a Los Angeles touchdown. It was the fourth Prescott turnover of the season to be returned for a touchdown.

But before people lay the blame at the feet of an Ezekiel Elliott-less offense, the defense did its best to make sure it got its share of blame.

For the third straight game, the defense had no answers in the second half. Philip Rivers, who threw for 416 yards and three touchdowns, led the Chargers on touchdown drives of 77, 92 and 75 yards. Los Angeles had eight passes of at least 20 yards in the game.

On the Chargers’ fourth possession of the second half, they took mercy on the Cowboys, taking a knee at the Dallas 3 in the final two minutes. In the second half of the past three games, the Cowboys have allowed scores on nine of 14 possessions.

This is how bad things have gotten for the Cowboys:

  • This is the first time the Cowboys have been held to fewer than 10 points in three straight games in franchise history, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
  • This is the third time they have had four losses of 20 or more points since Jerry Jones purchased the team in 1989.
  • This is the first time since 2004 that the Cowboys have had three straight losses by at least 20 points. The Bill Parcells Cowboys lost to the Cincinnati Bengals (26-3), Philadelphia Eagles (49-21) and Baltimore Ravens (30-10) on their way to a 6-10 finish. The only other time the Cowboys had three straight losses by at least 20 points came in 1960, the first year of the organization’s existence.

With five games left to play, everybody might be coaching for a job, here or elsewhere.

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On Monday, Dak Prescott served meals to the less fortunate at The Salvation Army in Dallas. On Tuesday, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback filmed a commercial that will air on Thanksgiving Day that will benefit The Salvation Army.

As part of his partnership with Tostitos, a portion of each purchase of Tostitos Yellow Corn Bite Size tortilla chips will go to The Salvation Army through the holiday season.

“It’s important to me to use my platform and get with the right sponsors, get with the right organizations that will do the things that I’m proud to be a partner with, and that’s what the Salvation Army and Tostitos are doing with this campaign of giving back,” Prescott said. “It gives everyone a chance that might not have much money the chance to give back.”

As part of the commercial, which was filmed outside Ford Center at The Star before meetings and a walk-through today, Prescott will ring a larger-than-life Salvation Army bell.

His trip to The Salvation Army on Monday “was a humbling and great experience,” he said.

“Especially after a tough loss like (Sunday at Atlanta) and to come in and get that kind of reception from the people, it meant a lot,” Prescott said. “Personally, you’re down and out after a game like that and you come in, go to The Salvation Army, give back, deliver Thanksgiving food, it puts yourself in a different perspective. For me, it just showed why I shouldn’t be down about a game and why I should be thankful to have the platform, win or lose, to impact those lives.”

While the off-field work the last two days has helped get Prescott’s mind off the loss to the Falcons, he said his body does not feel different after being sacked a career-high eight times.

“I wouldn’t say any more (sore) than normal,” Prescott said. “I played tough games in the SEC, similar to the one Sunday. That wasn’t the worst.”

Prescott said he re-watched the Atlanta loss twice and has moved on emotionally. He knows the challenge Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles will be even more difficult. The Cowboys play the Los Angeles Chargers on Thanksgiving.

“I’m not looking for the easy way out. I know no one in the organization is,” Prescott said. “Coach Garrett loves to use the JFK speech; ‘We don’t do it because it’s easy. We do the things we do because they’re hard.’ Simple as that this week. Go forward and show the character of the team. We’re excited to move forward. The only thing we want to do is get that (loss) out of our mind and look forward. Having a couple of games in a short number of days, I think, is perfect for that.”

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Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott have communicated via text message since the Dallas Cowboys running back lost his bid for a preliminary injunction to block the NFL’s six-game suspension.

“Just telling him we got his back, supporting him, and he had a couple of words for me,” Prescott said after his first practice without Elliott. “I was just letting him know we support him. He obviously feels bad with the ruling coming down, but just letting him know I’ve got his back; this team’s got his back. He was just telling me ‘Just go play ball.’”

The Cowboys have been prepared for Elliott to miss games this season. The NFL announced a suspension on Aug. 11 but Elliott was able to play the first seven games of the season thanks to court rulings. His last attempt to continue to play will come on an appeal to the Second Circuit in New York.

Cowboys coaches and staff cannot have contact with Elliott during the suspension. However, he can speak with teammates and the team’s strength staff and athletic trainers during his absence.

“I mean, I’m not going to read his attitude or what I thought,” Prescott said. “It is what it is. It happened. I know he’s looking forward, he’s moving forward. He’s put that all behind him. He’s going to do the best he can to have his body and his mind ready to go when he returns.”

Prescott and Elliott have become close since being drafted by the Cowboys in 2016. They led the Cowboys to a 13-3 record as rookies and have the team in position to make a playoff run this season. If Elliott does not win on appeal, Prescott will play without him for a key six-game stretch that could define their season.

Despite looking at life without Elliott, Prescott remains confident.

“I mean, my expectations for this team are high regardless of who is at running back, who is at receiver, who is at offensive line,” Prescott said. “My expectation is that I know these guys in this locker room, the guys I go to work with each and every day. I know their potential. I know what they and we can do together. My expectations don’t change.”

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was happy with the Week 1 win against the New York Giants, but he wasn’t particularly pleased with how he played.

“That’s my job, to give this team a chance to win, and I did that,” said Prescott, who completed 24 of 39 passes for 268 yards and a touchdown. “But from a mechanics standpoint, throws, accuracy, not where I want to be.”

As Prescott turned the page from the Giants game, he watched ESPN’s Monday Night Football to see Dallas’ next opponent, the Denver Broncos, beat the Los Angeles Chargers.

He did not watch the game casually.

“Definitely watching it because we play them next. It is hard to watch football now in general,” Prescott said. “You are always looking for something the offense is doing or the defense is doing in case you have to play them. That game was a little (like that), see what they are doing, formations that San Diego got in that were similar to us, and game-planning as I was watching.”

Prescott came away impressed with Denver’s defense.

“They’re one of the best in the AFC. They are great on the back end. They have All-Pro cornerbacks,” Prescott said. “They are fast. They are savvy guys. They do well playing with a little access, jumping routes. They have great ball production, and obviously the front, Von Miller and those guys that they have coming after the quarterback. We are excited for the matchup. It’s a good team. One of the better defenses we will play all season long.”