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Jones confirms McCarthy will lead Cowboys next season hotfuns

hotfuns Jerry Jones still gives Mike McCarthy a chance Continues as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys into the 2024 season.

Jerry Jones, team owner and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, confirmed that Mike McCarthy Will continue as head coach in the 2024 season despite the disappointment of being eliminated from the 2023 playoffs after winning 12 regular season games three years in a row, according to ‘Dallas More. Ning News’  hotfuns

McCarthy Making a 1-3 playoff record as head coach of the Cowboys, causing doubts about the future of the 60-year-old head coach before Jones made the decision. McCarthy Continuing work for season 5 in season 2024. ( hotfuns )

‘What I will say is I hope it’s no different in the first playoff game where we came in second. I hope it’s no different. Up until that point we were the second-seeded team,’ Jones said. ‘Now let’s talk about how we’re going to do it differently when we play that game and win, OK? We need to get better at stopping the run. We have to get fitter and we have to run better. to be specific We need to do those things.’

‘So, my point is this. I’ve looked at that. I think we made a pretty good move four years ago when we hired Mike McCarthy. And he’s had a lot of success this season. He has now come within three tries and qualified for the play-offs. But I like the fact that he hangs on the edge. And I like what the team did to hang on to the fringes.’

‘So I think the answer I’m going to get is, I know we’re hanging on the edge We didn’t pass the ball. But when you’re hovering on the edge Don’t overlook hanging on the edge. Where we are right now with the players we have. And I’m thinking about it from the whole perspective.’

The Cowboys have been a contender for the past three seasons under his watch. McCarthy with a 42-25 regular season record in four years in that position, but Dallas hasn’t gone beyond the divisional playoffs since 1995.

Meanwhile, the Cowboys must work to keep the team competitive next season, with 30-year-old quarterback Dak Prescott entering the final year of his contract, which carries a salary cap hit of $59.455 million. in 2024, which could make it harder to retain upcoming free agents like running back Tony Pollard, tackle Tyron Smith and Corner. Back Stephon Gilmour also includes a contract extension for wide receiver CD Lamb this off-season.