Petition to Dallas Cowboys, National Football League, Jerry Jones
Fire Jason Garrett and Instate Paul Elder as the Dallas Cowboys head coach
There is no secret that the Dallas Cowboys have seen struggles in the latter half of the 2019 NFL season. There are many factors; however, coaching is a key component to the lack of success for the ‘boyz’. This however can be easily solved. With the replacement of Jason Garrett with Paul Elder. Some may speculate that a band director has no place leading the worlds #1 sports franchise. Yet, Mr Elder has a level of leadership which is unmatched by all in the DFW area. Mr Elder is a man which can serve as a uniting force for large groups of people. This is regularly seen in how he is capable of uniting nearly 200 high school age students to be the best marching band they can in order to compete in regional marching band competitions. Mr Paul Elder also brings improved movement technique. As his many years in the marching band field have shown him the key ways to maneuver across the common football field with both precision and speed. Along with that Mr Elder can bring a culture change which Dallas needs drastically. Students of his current and prior can attest to the fact that Elder has quotes that are both inspirational and memorable. With the mere words “alright young folks, let’s go to work” and “be nails” instilling pride in students who work with Mr Elder. His overall energy and work ethic can bring a necessary change to the Dallas Cowboys. So please Mr Jones, make the right decision. And hire Mr Paul Elder as your new Dallas Cowboys head coach!
Petition to Jerry Jones
Fire Jason Garrett & bring back Jimmy Johnson! #howboutthemcowboys
Cowboys Nation, I can no longer take such heart break. These last 9 years have been a rollercoaster of emotions with huge highs and earth shattering lows. Through all the madness there is one main constant driving this bus of misery, Jason Garrett. I remember fondly all of my childhood memories growing up in the 90's in Dallas as a Cowboys fan. Winning those super bowls which seemed like every year, the tents setup on every corner trying to sell unlicensed Super bowl tees but nobody cared, families crowded around the tv together every game, Jimmy Johnson in that Apex jacket every kid wanted, people from all walks of life coming together, and the pride felt to be from Dallas. I don't know what else to do, but this. Our team is so talented. I just had a daughter and I can't let her grow up with a team this talented falling apart every time it counts. It could ruin her childhood. Please take a second to sign this and share your thoughts with Jerry and the rest of the world. Let us unite again and come together to take down the clueless force known as Jason Garrett and bring back the don, Jimmy Johnson. It will be one of the greatest stories in sports. Two young college teammates that reached the ultimate success together and let a little bit of ego and whatever else get in the way. These same two men have grown, gained so much wisdom, and realized their mistakes. They are ready to make right on the mistakes they made and come together for one last ride. You can't write this stuff. Help the world. Help America's team. Help my daughter. Fire Jason Garrett & bring back Jimmy Johnson!
Petition to NFL, National Football League, ESPN, Dallas Cowboys
Removal of Dak Prescott & Jason Garrett from the Dallas Cowboys.
Over the course of 3 games in the 2018 season, Dak Prescott is averaging 166 yards, .66 touchdowns a game and a qb rating of 38.5. Those statistics are below average for any quarterback at the professional level. Jason Garrett has run out of reasons to be the Dallas Cowboys head coach with a shoddy overall record of 67–54 (.554) and 1-2 in the post season. He is a walking, talking, participant trophy. I’ve seen pee wee coaches with more fire and fight than him. These two are ruining the Cowboys franchise one game at a time. I’m asking fans to sign this petition in order to save the Dallas Cowboys name and embarrassment in the 2018 season. We have seen enough mediocre football. It’s time to admit we were wrong for giving the keys to the Cadillac to a student driver.