Dallas Cowboy Coaching Moves

We are a couple of weeks removed from another disappointing Dallas Cowboys season. The Cowboys have made some coaching changes since the season ended. When coaching changes are made is the team blaming these coaches for what happened during the season? Quarterbacks coach Wade Wilson and secondary coach Joe Baker were told they wouldn’t return. Quarterback Dak Prescott regressed from his rookie season and the secondary seemed to be a step behind the past couple of years. Special-teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia is headed to the Oakland Raiders. Offensive line coach Frank Pollack is joining Cincinnati’s staff in the same role. Former players  Miles Austin and Quarterback Kellen Moore could join the Cowboys staff. Austin played for the Cowboys for eight season and had 361 receptions for 5,273 yards and 37 touchdowns with Dallas, Cleveland Browns and  Philadelphia Eagles. Austin does not have any coaching experience and neither does Moore who was the Cowboys backup quarterback until he was replaced by Cooper Rush in October. I guess you could make an excuse for why each of the coaches were let go or retired.

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