The Dallas Cowboys are not having a great season, and they are currently in danger of missing the 2013 NFL playoffs entirely. Should that end up happening, ESPN reported on Dec. 22, 2013, that some are stating the entire Cowboys coaching staff could be out of their jobs.
Some sources are even saying that the Cowboys not only need to get into the playoffs, but also win the NFC East title.
Right now, the only thing the Cowboys can do is win their final two games. If they do that, the reports of the entire coaching staff losing their jobs may not end up being true.
Dallas needs to beat the Washington Redskins on Sunday and then defeat the Philadelphia Eagles in the final week of the season in a "winner-take-all" game. Head coach Jason Garrett's have lost those last week "lose-and-go-home" games the last two years.
There has been a lot of tension in the locker room as of late. It comes from not only losing, but most recently with Garrett placing public blame on quarterback Tony Romo. Things weren't helped last week by the Cowboys losing a 26-3 halftime lead and being defeated by the Green Bay Packers.
The Cowboys are currently 7-7 while the Eagles are 8-6. Should the Cowboys lose this weekend and the Eagles win, Philadelphia will capture the NFC East.