Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes that head coach Jason Garrett still has to continue to evolve his offense even though he’s no longer the play caller.
“He’s a young coach, and one of the things you’ve got to remember, that you should remember, is that, as a young coach, your system should be evolving,” Jones said Friday on his radio show on KRLD 105.3 FM “The Fan.” per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “There shouldn’t be a system that you’ve hung on for years and years and years. Ernie Zampese, for instance. Jason’s fresh in his evolving, as far as scheme is concerned.”
Jones explained what they’ve changed so far.
“We haven’t departed away from our numbering, we haven’t departed away from our terminology,” Jones said. “We basically have all of that remaining, as far as the offense is concerned. But we did depart away from some of the philosophy the way we block it, and certainly to the degree that we’ve added a tight end emphasis in it. Plus we’ve added a Romo emphasis in it. That’s changed, too. We’ve had some dramatic change with the Cowboys since last year.”