MIKE MCCARTHY ADDRESSES NOTION OF JERRY JONES NOT LETTING HIM CALL PLAYS

MIKE MCCARTHY ADDRESSES NOTION OF JERRY JONES NOT LETTING HIM CALL PLAYS

Who knew coming into the 2020 season that the Dallas Cowboys would be a dumpster fire a few weeks into the new NFL season? Probably everybody outside of the DFW area.

The Cowboys have been one of the worst teams in the NFL defensively, and it showed when they lost 38-10 to the Arizona Cardinals. Now that Dak Prescott is out for the year, the team is now facing questions about whether or not their offense can produce going forward.

There has been been talk that McCarthy wants to call plays but Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is forcing him to leave that to offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.

McCarthy addressed that during an appearance on 105.3 The Fan Friday morning.

The Cowboys were knocked out of first in the NFC East with the Eagles win on Thursday Night Football. They will look to take it back when they face the Washington Football Team next.

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