The Dallas Cowboys don't plan on making any major changes to their coaching staff or players despite a 4-11 record heading into Week 17.
"The bottom line is that I can make you a strong case where you should line them up and go again with your hand," Jerry Jones said on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. "But under any circumstances, you have to do what you have to do.
"And so just change for change sake? No, you're not going to have that because I believe that we're closer than this record indicates."
Jones still expects offseason adjustments via the draft and free agency and possible tweaks to the coaching staff -- but nothing different from the norm.
"We're in relatively good shape under the salary cap, and we ought to look at that and change things," Jones said. "Now don't say that that's the highlight of the day -- 'Things are changing' -- because they were going to change anyway. There's at least 20 percent of this roster that changes every year and maybe higher, and so there were going to be those kinds of changes. There's changes on coaching staffs that happen."