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January 1, Cowboys Stick with McCarthy, Eyes on Belichick’s Future



Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, has decided to stick with head coach Mike McCarthy for the 2024 campaign. However, that doesn’t mean his eyes aren’t on another head coach.

When the Green Bay Packers trashed the Cowboys 48-32 in an NFC Wild Card shock-fest to eliminate them from the NFL Playoffs, questions were swirling McCarthy and Dallas regarding the future of the skipper. The Cowboys might have finished 12-5 (for the third season in a row) and won the NFC East championship, but the expectations of winning the Super Bowl once again fell short.

Despite all the speculation, Jones decided to stick it out with McCarthy, at least for another year. The move from the Cowboys happened while Bill Belichick, the six-time Super Bowl champion, was a free agent — and he still is.

But passing on Belichick this year doesn’t mean he won’t one day be the Dallas head coach. “I know him personally, and I like him,” said Jones at the Senior Bowl, according to Yahoo Sports. “There’s no doubt in my mind we could work together. None. None.”

One of the most intriguing things to ever happen in sports would certainly be Bill Belichick becoming the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Could you imagine the drama?

Why It Matters (op-ed)

The prospect of Bill Belichick joining the Dallas Cowboys as head coach could be a game-changer for the team. As a six-time Super Bowl champion, Belichick’s experience and winning mentality could propel the Cowboys to new heights.

Jerry Jones’ willingness to work with Belichick sends a strong message to other NFL teams: the Cowboys are committed to winning and are willing to make bold moves to achieve it. This potential partnership could shake up the league and redefine the Cowboys’ legacy.

As our loyal readers, we encourage you to share your thoughts and opinions on this issue. Let your voice be heard and join the discussion below.




  1. Murray McKenzie

    February 6, 2024 at 9:24 pm

    It would be a disaster. Jerry would never give Belichick the control of the team he would want. Ask Jimmy Johnson.,

  2. Richard Brooks

    February 7, 2024 at 2:49 pm

    It should be obvious that the superbowl wins were mainly because of Brady. Belichick is below average without him.

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