For whatever reason, the Dallas Cowboys didn’t fire head coach Mike McCarthy after another season of shortcomings.
Instead, they let several position coaches go after another heartbreaking end to the season.
That’s why defensive standout Micah Parsons took to Twitter to express his gratitude for those who’ve been with him for the first two seasons of his NFL career:
“All I can say is thank you! Not for taking a kid from Harrisburg but for raising me like I was one of your own! I wouldn’t have made so many leaps with out you! You will be missed!” Parsons wrote.
All I can say is thank you! Not for taking a kid from Harrisburg but for raising me like I was one of your own! I wouldn’t have made so many leaps with out you! You will be missed! #love pic.twitter.com/oQLD1deUjd
— Micah Parsons (@MicahhParsons11) January 26, 2023
Regardless of whoever comes to join McCarthy’s staff, it seems like the issues within the Cowboys’ organization run way deeper.
Jerry Jones has often refused to meet a player’s market value until it’s too late, and he’s no longer worthy of that, and he’s infamously held on to mediocre coaches for way longer than he should’ve.
Dak Prescott has regressed worryingly since his injury, and he’s failed to prove that he can be a franchise quarterback and be worthy of that top-dollar contract he signed a couple of seasons ago.
However, it’s not like he’s had a lot of weapons at his disposal, either, as other than CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys have failed to add more talent to the receiving corps, and traded their second-best wideout to the Cleveland Browns instead.
Perhaps, it’s time Jones takes a step back and hires an actual GM to do his job instead of trying to control every single aspect of the team’s day-to-day operations.
It’s evident that that formula hasn’t worked, as it’s been nearly three decades since America’s Team last reached a Super Bowl, and that’s not likely to change unless something changes.NEXT: Skip Bayless Has A Dak Prescott Replacement In Mind