The Cowboys' offensive coordinator from 1989 to 1992 was Norv Turner.
For the 2007 season, the Cowboys offensive coordinator is Jason Garrett. Garrett was a QB for the Cowboys, Giants, Buccaneers, and Dolphins during his 12 year NFL career.
Apparently, no one on the coaching staff will have that title during the 2011 season, but you can bet that Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett will be supervising things and setting the tone. Garrett was the Cowboys' offensive coordinator from 2007 to 2010.
Dallas cowboys offensive coordinator
2 - back to back years as Offensive Coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys (1992-1993)
Head coach Tom Landry, who in the 1960s devised a multiple offensive to attack the 4-3 defense he created, called the plays for the Dallas Cowboys in 1970.
Before he was named interim head coach of the Dallas Cowboys on November 8, 2010, Jason Garrett reportedly was making more than $3 million annually as the team's assistant head coach and offensive coordinator.
The duties of offensive coordinator were split between offensive line coach Tony Sparano, who was the running game coordinator, and wide receivers coach Todd Haley, who was the passing game coordinator, with Sparano being responsible for play calling.
It was Ernie Stautner, who served as a Dallas Cowboys assistant coach and defensive coordinator from 1973 to 1988.