Unless Jerry Jones has a sudden change of heart, it looks like Jason Garrett’s job is safe in Dallas.

The Patriots did their thing: New England’s reign over the AFC continued Saturday night in Foxborough, Mass., in the form of a 35-14 blowout win over the Tennessee Titans. The Baseball Jerseys Wholesale victory sends the Pats to their seventh consecutive conference championship game, and 12th in 17 years.

During a radio interview the day after Christmas, the Cowboys owner said that he would be keeping Garrett for the 2018 season. “I certainly know a lot about Jason Garrett. Because of that, I can quickly and candidly say his job is not an issue here, at all,” Jones said on Tuesday. “It’s not in the best interest of the Cowboys to be considering a coaching change.”

Considering everything that Garrett had to deal with this year — from the injuries to the Ezekiel Elliott situation — it’s no surprise that Garrett is sticking around, especially when you consider that the Cowboys are coming off a 13-3 season in 2016.

The pairing of Adrian Peterson and the Saints is not off to a promising start, but no one should have expected too much, anyway. The defense could not stop Sam Bradford and the Vikings on Monday night. How do you think it will fare against Tom Brady and the irked Patriots on Sunday?

Andrew Luck is to be sidelined for at least another game, and there’s little reason to believe the Colts can win without him. Scott Tolzien clearly is not the answer at QB. Perhaps the Best Place For Cheap Jerseys Colts should turn to Jacoby Brissett.

Martellus Bennett swaps Aaron Rodgers for Tom Brady — and wins: After quarterback Aaron Rodgers underwent surgery for a broken collarbone, the tight end who signed with Green Bay as a free agent, suddenly announced on social media that he was going to retire after the season. Then, in the middle of the week, Bennett was suddenly released for “failure to disclose” a shoulder injury. No sooner was he waived, though, than the New England Patriots were able to pick him up and he was practicing with the team he spent last season with.