ARLINGTON -- Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones initially hired Jason Garrett because of his offensive acumen.
Well, the man's offense is a disaster.
His offensive line can't block. His running game is a joke. And his receivers seemingly drop passes as often as they catch them.
Tony Romo delivered one of the worst performances of his career Monday night, throwing five interceptions as the Chicago Bears thumped the Cowboys 34-18, sending Dallas into its bye week needing a mother's TLC and a psychologist's couch.
Any examination of the Cowboys' offense must start with why Garrett, Bill Callahan -- his high-priced offensive coordinator and line coach -- and a collection of alleged offensive stars have generated just three touchdowns in the past 12 quarters.