Dallas Cowboys’ Kellen Moore will be new OC for the Chargers

When you escape from Jerry Jones and call play for Justin Herbert.

When you escape from Jerry Jones and call play for Justin Herbert.
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The news was announced by the NFL Network on Sunday that Kellen Moore will not be returning dalas cowboy in his fifth year as offensive coordinator. This latest move of Jerry Jones is another example of the same bandage this franchise continues to apply to giant wounds. They often fail to get ahead and solve the real problem. Jones often holds on to particular coaches for too long, and Moore is believed to be one of them until Sunday.

All we’ve heard from Dallas over the past few years has been about How is Moore loved? in the organization and how they didn’t want to let him go. Moore received interest from other teams last season, after a year where the Cowboys offense ended as the #1 offense in the NFL. This year, they finished the season 11th in yards and fourth in points per game. But Dak Prescott missed five games, and the selection of offensive play was reeling while Cooper Rush filled in.

While Moore’s call to play can be questionable at times, escorting him out of the building won’t solve the larger problems. Don’t let it get twisted; this “general agreement” talk is crap. The former Cowboys reserve midfielder is like a scapegoat for the current QB and head coach combination. Jerry feels the need to make a change and may not think Moore is ready to be head coach. And he couldn’t get rid of Prescott without too much damage to the team’s finances, so Moore cut short. Or him?

Bigger and better

News Monday morning broke that Moore was scheduled to head to Los Angeles to take on the charge of raising funds for the Chargers. His playstyle choices may not always be the best, but is limit being in the QB position makes a huge difference. Moore is going from coaching a top 10-12 QB at Prescott to a player some would call a top five at Justin Herbert. So maybe it was Moore who rejected Jones and the ‘Boys’. I still do not buy general agreement to part with nonsense. Breakups of any kind are rarely mutual; Split 50/50 in the middle.

What’s next in Dallas?

Let’s face facts about the situation in Big D. Mike McCarthy is just another guy as head coach without the greatest QB of all time to shoulder him. The fact that many people still question what he really does after three years “running” the team speaks volumes. The Super Bowl-winning coach is just one of Jerry’s other coaches who wouldn’t object too much, especially in public.

That’s all we’ve seen in Dallas for nearly 30 years. After Jimmy Johnson’s experience, Jones has shied away from hiring strong-minded coaches who will do things their way. We are now at the point where Jones parted ways with the dispatchers because QB couldn’t make passes consistently and gave up at key moments. Sure, Moore called the plays, but he hasn’t made a throw-in this year or made 15 interceptions.

However, things went downhill between Moore, Jones and McCarthy, it is likely to be a blessing in disguise. In any way, the Chargers are not the best performing organization in the league and have their own problems. But Moore will no longer have to deal with Jones’ interference, Prescott’s limitations, and McCarthy’s…well, whatever he does in Dallas. Now the Cowboys have a coach position to fill. Maybe they can port Rush to OC, similar to how they did with Moore. That sounds like what Jerry Jones has to do.


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