“I think Jason Garrett has to take an Uber home”

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LOS ANGELES, CA – JANUARY 12: Head coach Jason Garrett of Dallas Cowboys watches during the NFC Divisional Playoff game against the Los Angeles RAMs at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The Rams defeated the Cowboys 30-22. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey / Getty Images)

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, which means they only need one win to win the NFC East title. Dallas head coach Jason Garrett has probably lost his job after the season.

After the game, Eagles’ defensive end, Brandon Graham, met both Garrett and ESPN analyst Ryan Clark. Clark had a bold quote earlier in the week.

Clark suggested that if Dallas lost to Philadelphia, Garrett would have to take an Uber to the airport and fly home on a commercial flight.

Well, Graham heard that. He told reporters on the way to the dressing room that Garrett was better off looking for an Uber.

“If the Dallas Cowboys lose this game against the Eagles on Sunday, Jason Garrett should be fired immediately. He should take an Uber to the airport and have to take a commercial flight home. “- Ryan Clark at First Take

– Johnny Balok (@JohnnyBalok), December 18, 2019

“I think Jason Garrett has to take an Uber home!”

BG in a few words for the cowboys and the media that the cowboys chose to win pic.twitter.com/vPiRrhjXOM

– NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) December 23, 2019

Dallas, widely considered one of the most talented teams in the NFL, now has only a 7-8 record. As long as they can’t beat the Washington Redskins and lose the Eagles against the New York Giants, they’ll stay home for the playoffs.

In this case, you can bet that Garrett will not be hired as the head coach. Team owner Jerry Jones will then try to find his replacement.

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