Jerry Jones has mostly been a loyal, patient man when it comes to his head coaches. That was on full display with Jason Garrett, who he kept around for a decade, and it could be the case with Mike McCarthy, too.
The Cowboys are struggling in Year 1 of the McCarthy era, as Dallas is off to a 2-5 start heading into Sunday night’s game against Philadelphia.
While the fan base might be ready to move on from McCarthy, Jones is not. The Cowboys owner has made it clear that he’s still confident in the former Green Bay Packers head coach.
Of course, that could change depending on what happens the rest of the way. If Jones does make a move, former Cowboys wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson has a bold idea.
“I’d blow it up and go get Jim Harbaugh.”
.@keyshawn has a solution for the Dallas Cowboys.
“I’d blow it up and go get Jim Harbaugh.” pic.twitter.com/HylgHYBTnv
— First Take (@FirstTake) October 26, 2020
Harbaugh could be available soon, too…
Michigan is coming off another bad loss, as the Wolverines fell to Michigan State on Saturday. There are many Michigan fans who are ready to move on from Harbaugh. It would not be surprising to see him land in the NFL if that happens.
It probably would be surprising to see him land with the Cowboys, though. If Jones was to make a college coaching hire, it’d likely be someone in the Lincoln Riley/Ryan Day range.
The Cowboys, meanwhile, are set to kick off against the Eagles at 8:20 p.m. E.T. on NBC.
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