If the Dallas Cowboys flop within the playoffs once more, would proprietor Jerry Jones take into account changing head coach Mike McCarthy with New England’s Invoice Belichick? One insider believes it isn’t unimaginable.
“I simply suppose we have to regulate what would possibly occur if the Cowboys flame out — if it pinned again to McCarthy — and Belichick is offered,” Professional Soccer Speak’s Mike Florio told KRLD-FM in Dallas Thursday. “As loopy because it sounds, it isn’t unimaginable that Belichick can be on Jerry’s radar display screen if the playoff loss is clearly pinnable on McCarthy.”
McCarthy — who gained Tremendous Bowl XLV whereas he served as Inexperienced Bay Packers HC — has posted a 40-24 file in 4 seasons with Dallas. Nevertheless, he is failed to finish the Cowboys’ 28-year championship drought, and so they’ve suffered back-to-back playoff losses to the San Francisco 49ers.
NFL media’s Ian Rapoport recently reported Jones was mulling a contract extension for McCarthy. He may simply change his thoughts, although, particularly if the Cowboys falter within the postseason. Jones fired former Dallas HC Chan Gailey in 1999 after consecutive first-round playoff exits and let go of Corridor of Famer Invoice Parcells in 2006 after a disastrous wild-card loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Nonetheless, Belichick — who the Patriots (3-11) will reportedly transfer on from this offseason — teaching “America’s Workforce” looks as if a pipe dream. Jones would in all probability should cede his normal supervisor duties to land the six-time Tremendous Bowl champion, one thing he may not be keen to do.
Whereas Belichick is extra achieved than McCarthy, he deserves some credit score for placing the Cowboys (10-4) in a superb place. They’ve already secured a playoff spot and are second within the NFC. As of Thursday, oddschecker provides them the fifth-best Tremendous Bowl odds (+1000).
So, do not anticipate to see the “Hoodie” on the Cowboys’ sideline subsequent season.