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The Cowboys ostensibly fired offensive coordinator Kellen Moore on Sunday as the two sides agreed to part ways. Now they have to replace it.
Most Dallas Cowboys fans hoped the team would play for the conference championship on Sunday, but instead the franchise was in the headlines a week after a disastrous Divisional Round loss to the 49ers. On Sunday, the team essentially fired offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.
Moore seems to be the scapegoat for the team’s offensive shortcomings, especially in the loss to San Francisco. But it could also be frustrating for fans as reports indicate that head coach Mike McCarthy, who is no stranger to criticism himself, will take over call-in duties.
That said, regardless of who calls the plays, the Cowboys need an offensive coordinator who can develop talent while taking advantage of the immense talent in the Dallas roster. With that in mind, these three replacements for Kellen Moore would make a lot of sense.
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If you only follow the NFL, you might only know Joe Brady as a former Panthers offensive coordinator who was fired from Matt Rhule’s staff but has since landed with the Buffalo Bills as coach of the quarters. That’s absolutely true, but his good faith that would qualify him to be the new OC in Dallas really comes from his time in the college ranks.
Brady was hired onto Rhule’s staff after serving as wide receiver coach and offensive assistant for the 2019 LSU Tigers. You know, the team that had Joe Burrow, Ja’Marr Chase, Justin Jefferson and so on who set virtually every offensive record in college football en route to going 15-0 and winning a national championship.
By my estimation, Brady was the scapegoat in Carolina for Rhule’s shortcomings in building a culture around the Panthers. With a revolving door at quarterback and a roster not totally set up to win, it was a tough scene. That’s the outlier of Brady’s resume with his success on the Bills staff and his stint at LSU.
With McCarthy calling the plays, you gotta like the idea that one of the minds behind this LSU offense is helping design the Cowboys offense going forward and with what it could do for CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup, between others. This is an upside rookie that might be a little risky but could end up paying huge dividends.
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