If you're the the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, you're the subject only slightly less scrutiny than the American president. Even though the team hasn't had the heavyweight talent to win the championship its fan-base expects, every year (or even make the playoffs consistently) the clock is ticking on Jason Garrett's job for not winning enough.
Troy Aikman is not coming through that door. Tony Romo is. Is it really fair, or even smart, to dismiss Garrett (widely considered a wunderkind offensive mind when he was an assistant under Wade Phillips) when we consider what he's working with? What do you think?