Jason Garrett Wins Coach Of The Year


Before the season, expectations were high for the Dallas Cowboys, but when Tony Romo went down in the preseason, many counted this team out.

Little did we know, fourth round selection Dak Prescott would turn out being the Offensive Rookie of the Year. The Mississippi State product led Dallas to a record of (13-3) while winning the NFC East.

For their miraculous campaign, Jason Garrett was named Associated Press Coach of the Year. In previous seasons, Garrett was under a heavy amount of pressure, but he was able to finally silence his critics this season.

Moving forward, Garrett needs to add a Super Bowl to his resume to completely silence the haters.

Source: NFL

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