Jerry Jones has been asked about Wade Phillips' job security seemingly after every loss this season.
He has said repeatedly that he's not comfortable making an in-season change. Asked point blank on his Friday radio segment (KRLD-105.3 FM) whether Phillips would coach the rest of the year, Jones' response was succinct: "Yes."
Jones reiterated his approach to continuity again after the Cowboys' loss to Jacksonville, saying, "You all know that I am not in any way for making changes. I have always thought our best chance to win was when you've got three-day weeks and you've got to get ready to go to play a team, our best chance to win is to continue to be coached and continue to do some of those things as there's not enough time to change."
Got a feeling this isn't the last time the subject will be broached with nine weeks left, but we're obligated to update as it goes.