Jerry Jones sees no reason to shake up the Dallas Cowboys' coaching staff during the bye week, although he does have some direct advice for his coaches.

Jones, the Cowboys' owner/general manager, was adamant on his radio show Tuesday morning that defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin wouldn't be a midseason departure and coach Jason Garrett would not seize play-calling duties from offensive coordinator Bill Callahan.

Both possibilities had been subjects of media speculation in the wake of the Cowboys' 49-17 loss Sunday night to the New Orleans Saints.

"Say it any way you want to, I'm not even going to address -- really I'm not -- the coaching staff as to whether they're safe or they're not," Jones said on KRLD-FM. "We're 5-5. We're tied for the lead in our division. We've got players coming back. We've got one of the best quarterbacks in the National Football League. We're off of a rough loss.

"That doesn't call for major changes out here at all."

Jones firmly answered "no" when asked about the potential for change in the offensive play-calling duties. Garrett gave up those duties this offseason at the urging of Jones.