Jason Garrett will remain coach of the Cowboys for at least another week despite a home loss to the Bills on Thanksgiving.

Team owner and general manager Jerry Jones told reporters following the 26-15 defeat that he will not make a coaching change even though his team is now 6-6 and in danger of being overtaken by the Eagles in the NFC East.

MORE: Updated NFL playoff picture

Jones believes Garrett is still the most qualified coach to get the Cowboys to the playoffs.

MORE: Who will replace Garrett if Cowboys fire their coach?

Jones’ postgame emotion matched that of some of his players. One of them could be heard screaming inside the team’s locker room.

The Cowboys will take on another 6-6 squad, the Bears, next Thursday at Soldier Field in Chicago. Jones expressed optimism that the players and coaches can eliminated the team’s mistakes over the final four weeks of the regular season.

“Do you believe in redemption?” Jones asked a reporter, who replied in the affimative. “I am a redemption man, too, so I think that you can change, to some degree who you are.”

Sporting News