Jason Garrett Expected To Be Named Dallas Cowboys Head Coach At Press Conference

The Dallas Cowboys have yet to officially remove the interim tag from Jason Garrett as their next head coach but they've called a press conference for Thursday afternoon and it's expected that's where Jerry Jones will make the official announement.

Garrett took over as interim head coach after Wade Phillips was fired this year and saw them improve in the second half of the season. Garrett was long considered the man who would be the next Cowboys head coach (at least he was being paid like it) so the news doesn't come as much of a surprise.

There won't be a whole that changes with the Cowboys moving forward and that consistency is one of the advantages Garrett brings. The Cowboys are already a very talented team that grossly underachieved in 2010. There's no reason to blow the whole thing up when the Cowboys have the talent to once again be considered Super Bowl contenders.

Check out Blogging The Boys for more on the Cowboys press conference.

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