Wade Phillips has his Dallas Cowboys sitting rather pretty. They are 8-3 after 11 games and leading the NFC East by one game over the Philadelphia Eagles. After a slow start, their defense has come on strong, proving themselves to be among the best in the league. The offense has sputtered here and there, but has found a spark with Miles Austin as the featured receiver and has a stout three-headed running game. All of that is good. It may not be good enough for Phillips to keep his job with the Cowboys come the 2010 season. His boss, owner and general manager of the Cowboys Jerry Jones, when asked whether it was important for Phillips' team to finally post a successful December campaign and finish well, answered: "I don't know that it's any more so for Wade than it is for anybody else on th ...
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