Jerry Jones isn't yet making any demands on the Dallas Cowboys' 2014 performance.

The man who said he wouldn't rebuild while quarterback Tony Romo was still slinging the pigskin with a star on his helmet, insists embattled coach Jason Garrett doesn't have to make the playoffs in 2014 to keep his job.

"I don't think so," Jones said at the NFL Annual Meeting, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "I don't look at it that way at all. It's no secret that we probably are shoulder to shoulder on the success we'd like for this team to have with him as head coach and what it would do for our fans' future, our future.

"He's more capable today than he was when he took over as head coach. If that arrow is going up, it just makes sense to have our future with Jason."

Jones has invested much in Garrett over the years and hasn't seen results. Garrett is just 29-27 in three and a half seasons helming the Cowboys, including an 8-8 three-peat.