The business mogul held on to Jason Garrett way longer than he should’ve because of his personal relationship with him, and it seems like he’s going to do that again with Mike McCarthy.
The Cowboys ended the season in an embarrassing way again, barely being able to snap the football in what was set to be their final play of the campaign.
However, and despite yet another year of shortcomings, the controversial owner reaffirmed his commitment to McCarthy, stating that he has no plans whatsoever of letting him go.
Is there any decision that needs to be made on Mike McCarthy’s future with the Cowboys? “No,” Jerry Jones said. “No, not at all.”
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) January 23, 2023
McCarthy hasn’t made it to the Super Bowl since 2011 despite having prime Aaron Rodgers and stacked Green Bay Packers teams for most of the time, and he’s failed to hold Cowboys’ players accountable or make any sort of adjustments every time he’s been outplayed and outcoached.
One cannot expect different results after doing the same over and over, and that’s been the story with the Cowboys since those legendary 90s teams became a thing of the past.
Nonetheless, both Prescott and the head coach will be back next season, whereas Elliott might be the only one out after his production took a massive dip every year since signing that contract.
The Cowboys aren’t even the best team in their division, and that won’t change unless something changes.