Coming into the 2023 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys are expected to be a force to be reckoned with once again in the Jerry Jones era, with the team being stacked on both sides of the football.
As per usual, the Cowboys will have high expectations coming into the 2023 campaign, as Dallas could very well be the best all-around team in the NFC, with Dak Prescott and Micah Parsons leading the way for the storied franchise.
With the Cowboys being the most popular franchise in the NFL and having a massive following while being dubbed “America’s Team,” the pressure to win and win often is immense, and that might be on another level entirely next season.
Although the Cowboys are incredibly talented on both sides of the football, Jason McIntyre of Fox Sports isn’t sold on Dallas, as he is confused as to who is calling the shots on the sideline, via The Volume.
"I wanna know who's calling plays. Because it's not totally clear"
— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) July 7, 2023
With Kellen Moore now calling plays for the Los Angeles Chargers as their new offensive coordinator, it will be a make-or-break year for head coach Mike McCarthy, as McIntyre is correct that the one-time Super Bowl winner will be coaching for his job.
Ultimately, losing Moore could be devastating for the Cowboys if the offense can’t flow as it has for the last few years, but sometimes these changes can also make the difference between being a playoff team and a legitimate title contender.
Dallas will be a team to watch in 2023, with a lot on the line for the storied franchise.NEXT: Nick Wright Reveals Why He Believes In The Cowboys This Season