Dallas Cowboys’ Kellen Moore No Longer Candidate For TCU Footballer, Sources Say – Drew Davison and Clarence E. Hill Jr., Fort Worth Star-Telegram

This is just the beginning of the rumors for Kellen Moore.

Moore is no longer a candidate for the Horned Frogs head coach job, sources told the Star-Telegram on Monday. Instead, Moore is expected to pursue opportunities in the NFL after the season.

Moore, 33, is considered a rising star. He played his last three seasons in the NFL with the Cowboys from 2015 to 2017, then served as quarterbacks coach in 2018. He’s been the team’s offensive coordinator since 2019. The Cowboys are the offensive player. top ranked in the NFL, averaging 434.3 yards per game.

Moore sparked great interest in his alma mater’s last offseason Boise State for his vacant head coach position, but he ultimately withdrew his name from consideration.

TCU has paid former coach Gary Patterson a Top 10 salary this season, and the program has the resources to make a solid offer to the high-end contenders.

Cowboys Get Close to Best Screenplay Sunday After Worst Possible Performance – KD Drummond, CowboysWire

The Cowboys got some help on Sunday even though they stumbled badly.

There are no good losses. Don’t let the Rainbow Sprinkler Squad try to convince the public otherwise. Dallas has been strangled and statements like “young teams have to lose to refocus” and “that’s a good type of loss because it’s against the AFC” are totally snow-covered jobs. Losses are no better than wins. Wins are all that matters to chase the No.1 seed in a conference and everything that comes from the week off and home field advantage in the playoffs.

Nothing good came of this performance, although the players themselves are trying to convince themselves that they need it. It is the same as the philosophy of the “next man in place”. If the next man hadn’t been abandoned by the injured player, the team would have found a way to make the next man play more. It’s all chatter.

What helped the Cowboys? The fact that two of the other three best teams in the NFC also won Ls on Sunday.

Kansas City 13, Green Bay 7

Something is definitely broken in Kansas City with the Chiefs right now. One of the NFL’s elite offenses over the past half-decade is suddenly rudderless as eternal MVP candidate Patrick Mahomes struggles to find the magic again. The former behemoths have scored just 36 points in their last three games.

However, reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers was absent due to COVID-19 protocols and the Packers were unable to capitalize on the low-scoring affair, being sidelined for up to five minutes from the end of the game thanks to a less-than-inspiring effort from former first-round pick Jordan Love under the center.

The loss drops Green Bay to 7-2 that year as they have yet to take their week off. Dallas follows them in the loss column.

After the Dallas Cowboys are ‘watched’ and ‘overwhelmed’ they need to move on quickly – Todd Archer, ESPN

The Cowboys must be ready to move on from the Sunday clunker.

It was a fitting scene for the Cowboys’ worst performance of the season.

“It’s just not my day,” Parsons said after turning back to the microphone. “But I just had a new puppy and I’m going to go home and we’ll cuddle him.”

His boerboel puppy named Sace, short for Versace, was waiting for Parsons at his house. Expecting the Cowboys on Monday at the Star will be an unflattering review of what could have been the worst loss of coach Mike McCarthy’s two years.

Last year had a few doozies with back-to-back losses against the Washington football team and Philadelphia Eagles without scoring a 28-point touchdown or pass by the Arizona Cardinals and a 25-point loss on Thanksgiving Day to Washington.

Running back Melvin Gordon III collected 80 of the Broncos’ 190 yards on Sunday against the Cowboys. Jerome Miron / USA TODAY Sports

But the quarterback Dak prescott was not there for any of them due to an open fracture and dislocation of the right ankle. The Cowboys defense was a mess and the offensive line was constantly evolving.

Just seven days ago, however, the Cowboys were perhaps considered the best team in the NFL after winning without Prescott against the Minnesota Vikings. The Cowboys had won six straight games. They had an envious attack and defense that made timely saves and showed the ability to take the ball.

DC Cowboys Dan Quinn Not Focusing On Falcons Game: “We’ve Got Things To Work Out” On Defense

The Cowboys defense finally looked like its old 2020 version instead of the one we’ve grown used to this season.

Now defensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys, Quinn’s team spent Sunday missing a season-high 14 tackles in a loss to the Denver Broncos.

It’s those missed tackles and the other tasks ahead of the Cowboys defense that Quinn wants to focus on over the coming week rather than the Week 10 meeting with his old team.

“Well, I think, # 1, I have some great memories for there and always will. I think a lot of really cool things that we accomplished there and there was a lot of it compared to how it ended. And I think that’s an important statement. I will certainly be eternally grateful to [Falcons owner] Arthur [Blank] to give me the opportunity there and all the players I have had the privilege to coach, ”Quinn said at Monday’s press conference. “But you saw the performance yesterday so we don’t have time to go back in time like we have some stuff to sort out. I’ll be where my feet are, where I’m meant to be, chasing as hard as I can, worrying about the jerseys I’m training now.

Rex Ryan tears up Mike McCarthy over Dak Prescott’s ‘horrific’ decision – Jaclyn Hendricks, New York Post

There were certainly two schools of thought about playing Prescott at the end of the game on Sunday.

During Monday’s deposit “Get up” from ESPN Rex Ryan tore Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy apart over his decision to keep Prescott in the game and potentially risk further injury for the 28-year-old quarterback, who had been sidelined a week earlier for problems calf.

“This is not a training camp. For me, it’s a disaster. He would have been fired, ”Ryan said of McCarthy. “Had Dak Prescott been injured, guess what my friend?” You would have been fired.

In Sunday’s surprising loss to the Broncos, the Cowboys lost 30 points with less than seven minutes to play in the fourth quarter. Although Prescott scored two touchdowns late in the game, Dallas ultimately failed.

“We needed a little energy, a boost. We had to show our fight, our resilience, something that made us win a lot of games. When you’re beaten like that, you’ve got to show your character, ”Prescott said after Sunday’s game, according to the Dallas Morning News.

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