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Poll: Garrett won't retain Cowboys' coaching job

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By PFW staff

Despite the Cowboys' impressive upset of the Giants in his first game as interim head coach, PFW readers don't believe Jason Garrett will be Dallas' head coach when the 2011 regular season rolls around.

That's the result of a recently completed poll on, in which 914 poll respondents (58.8 percent) indicated that Garrett wouldn't retain, as opposed to the 640 who believe he would keep the job.

With seven games remaining, Garrett would seem to have plenty of time to prove, if he can, that he deserves to coach the underachieving Cowboys (2-7) next year.

Our new poll deals with the NFC South, in which three teams are within a game of each other for the top spot in the division. We ask readers for their opinions as to which team will win the NFC South. Let us know what you think.

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