Tony Romo #9 of the Dallas Cowboys talks with assistant coach Scott Linehan during the second half against the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium on October 27, 2014 in Arlington, Texas. Tom Pennington/Getty Images

After the Dallas Cowboys went from 3-5 to division champs and won a playoff game, it seemed unthinkable for the team to shake up the coaching staff too much. Head coach Jason Garrett is reportedly safe, but what about his assistants, namely offensive coordinator Scott Linehan?

In a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan on Monday, Garrett may have disappointed some Cowboys fans by declaring that Linehan will return next season. Garrett expected the Cowboys’ entire coaching staff to remain for the 2019 season.

“We're 36 hours after the ballgame but we're going to keep trying to grow as a staff and as a football team,” Garrett told 105.3 The Fan. “We'll evaluate what we did and just keep trying to get better."

Linehan has been the offensive coordinator in Dallas since 2015 and has been criticized for a lack of production in recent years. They were third in the NFL in points per game in 2016, but have never been better than 14th in his other three seasons calling plays.

The Cowboys’ passing game lacked explosion for much of the season, and the rushing attack failed to get going in the team’s divisional round loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Against a Rams defense that ranked only 23rd against the run this season, the Cowboys managed only 50 rushing yards in the entire game.

As a team, the Cowboys only managed 308 total yards of offense. The Rams defense gave up an average of 358.6 yards per game in 2018.

In a season where teams like the Rams, Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints were able to put up record-breaking offensive numbers, there might be more pressure on offensive coordinators like Linehan to increase productions. However, according to Garrett, the Cowboys are not making an offensive coordinator change at this time.