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The OS Daily Ten - Who Has the Most Frustrating Job in the NFL? Stuck
Posted on December 24, 2013 at 11:49 AM.

Jason Garrett is by no means the world's greatest head coach -- but then again, is he even really in charge of his own team? Tony Romo is reportedly out for the rest of the regular season with a back injury. That is, unless you're the omnipresent Jerry Jones who has decided to interject by stating that Romo may actually not be done just yet.

Jones owns the team and likely will never "fire" himself from its self-appointed general manager duties (of which there is a consensus he is out of touch in the salary cap era). The captain of the ship once known as America's Team (is it still?) has gone so far as to shift around the play-calling duties of his coaches mid-season and it wouldn't surprise many if he adds his opinion to game-planning as well.

Jason Garrett understood the micromanaging he would experience from his boss when he took the head coaching job in Dallas. But public interjection (that often contradicts previous team reports) may be slightly extreme, even for a control freak like Jerry Jones.

Do you think Jason Garrett has the most frustrating job in the NFL? What other players, coaches, or general managers could argue for the title?

Sports Headlines for December 24, 2013
# 1 Nexgenrulz @ Dec 24
The Dallas Cowboys will always be losers with Jerry Jones at the helm. After Troy Aikman retired they drafted Quincy Carter. They would have been better off with Jimmy Carter.
# 2 DJazzyJefff23 @ Mar 14
I'd say GM's for teams like Washington have it tough. I feel like Bruce Allen only has so much say in the moves his team makes, with Snyder breathing down his neck all the time.
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