ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 26: Head coach Jason Garrett of the Dallas Cowboys reacts as the Cowboys take on the Carolina Panthers in the second halfat AT&T Stadium on November 26, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

Despite the criticism, this head coach is reportedly safe

The Cowboys management seems to have faith in the head coach.

With a loss on Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys will have its worst record since 1989, when the team won just one game.

That hasn't changed the team's opinion of head coach Jason Garrett, who would command the rest of the $24 million he's owed if fired, according to

"He's safe," Cowboys executive vice president/COO Stephen Jones said over the phone early Tuesday night. "Change isn't always the right answer. We're not big believers in it. Jason, a year ago, everyone thought he hung the moon. That's the terrible thing about this business: You take one year, and change everything. This doesn't faze us, it won't faze us.

"We're totally in with Jason. We're totally in with our staff."

Without quarterback Tony Romo and wideout Dez Bryant, the Cowboys have limped through the regular season. We'll see how close they can get back to that 12-4 finish from last season if the crew returns healthy next season.