Jerry Jones Doesn’t Sound Like He’s Happy With Mike McCarthy

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SJ - January 22, 2022

As of right now Mike McCarthy is the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.  But it sounds as if that could change at any time.

Jerry Jones talked about the current state of the Cowboys, including the coaching staff, during his appearance on 105.3 The Fan on Friday.

Jones' comments suggest McCarthy is on thin ice, given his weight that could be a real problem.

From Larry Brown Sports:

“If I thought changing out men at any level would improve us, I would change it out,” Jones said, via Jon Machota of The Athletic. “I see a lot of names, a lot of great names, a lot of great names from colleges. I see them coming through. I’ve seen a lot of great names at various duties in the NFL come and go over the last 30 years. I haven’t seen but a couple of them that I thought might have a straight shot in at what’s up above. That’s (Bill) Belichick up there in New England, his record has been unbelievable.

“But aside from that, I’ll be very candid with you. I see human beings, human frailties, human work ethic, human excelling and coming up with a way to go.”

McCarthy's a fraud.  Throw out the fact that he had Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback in Green Bay.  He was also in the trash NFC North.

All he's done is switch to another trash division.  He'll rack up wins in the regular season and lose in the playoffs.  It's what teams from garbage divisions do in the postseason.

Expect more of the same in Dallas with Mike McCarthy.


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