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Jerry Jones, Mike McCarthy, and the Cowboy Drama

Yo, SnapFam! 🤠 Just peeped the post-game madness after the Cowboys playoff loss, and let me spill some real talk on why firing McCarthy might not be the move.

First off, being the head coach of America’s Team ain’t no joke. It’s like, not just dealing with the game but also surviving the wild vibes created by Jerry Jones. Dude’s all about the spotlight and that thirst for another Super Bowl is real.

Jones gave Garrett mad time—nine seasons! Now, McCarthy’s got three straight playoff runs, but folks are acting like he’s getting the boot. Hold up, that’s crazy!

Is it fair for Jones to carry the burden of what we think he might do? Maybe not, but homeboy needs to chill on the Super Bowl dreams. We’re judging coaches on making an 81-year-old happy, not on real skills.

Firing McCarthy could lead Jones on a wild chase for a new coach, maybe even eyeing Bill Belichick. But let’s be real, McCarthy’s squad had a killer offense in 2021 and 2022. Sure, they stumbled, but chopping down every good coach ain’t the answer.

This ain’t a “Save McCarthy” plea, but more like a warning to Jones. Don’t be the Once-ler from The Lorax, cutting down every good coach. Belichick might be the legend you want, but if things don’t change between owner and coach, it’s just a new set of issues.

Instead of firing coaches, maybe Jones should flex on finding more edges for the squad. A Super Bowl is cool, but getting it through a healthier process? That’s a legacy capstone worth flexing.



What do you think?

Written by sportsnaps.net

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