June 16, 2024

The Dallas Cowboys decided to bring Mike McCarthy back as head coach in 2024. But the decision reportedly doesn’t come with any extra job security.

McCarthy, 60, has led the Cowboys to two NFC East titles and a 67-42 record in his four seasons as head coach. However, in the postseason, he has only managed a 1-3 record and has not advanced past the divisional stage.

Dallas Cowboys keeping Mike McCarthy despite early playoff exits

The playoff loss on Sunday was the most humiliating. The Cowboys, who had gone 8-0 in the regular season, were destroyed 48-32 by the Green Bay Packers, the NFC playoffs’ lowest seed, at AT&T Stadium in a wild-card game.

However, following a three-hour discussion, Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, made the decision on Wednesday to keep McCarthy, who was a 2008 Super Bowl winner with the Packers. In a succinct statement, Jones acknowledged McCarthy’s “highly accomplished postseason performance.”

McCarthy urged Cowboys supporters to “buy into us” in the meantime.

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