The Dallas Cowboys season as a whole has been a complete disaster mainly because of the injuries sustained in training camp to today. This has put a strain on the players, but especially on the coaching staff trying to get their players ready and devise schemes to protect their rookies. With that said, some of them still may not be getting the job done.
First, let's get this out of the way, we know head coach Mike McCarthy is safe and will return, but all the rest is up in the air. All these coaches have had their ups and downs, and have reasons they should stay and reasons the Cowboys could find someone else to replace them.
Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, quarterback coach Doug Nussmeier and offensive line coach Joe Philbin are the guys that may have been hit the hardest from injuries. Moore lost his quarterback, Dak Prescott, and that is always a hard thing to coach around. Nussmeier, along with Moore, has had to deal with four different quarterbacks this season. Philbin has been shuffling players in and out on a weekly basis at a position where continuity is prized. He’s also lost some of the team’s best players like Zack Martin and Tyron Smith,
Receivers coach Adam Henry and running backs coach Skip Peete haven’t had too much to deal with in the injury department, but the injuries to the quarterback and the offensive line affect the ability of their players to be productive. Ezekiel Elliott’s decline this season is especially worrisome. Tight ends coach Lunda Wells lost his starter right away in Blake Jarwin, but found a ready replacement in Dalton Schultz.
Which coach do you think most should go, or choose to save them all, and give your reason why in the comments.
Which offensive coach deserve to be let go the most, if any?
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