The Dallas Cowboys host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the NFC Wild Card Game. This is a must win situation for Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy, because rumors are already coming out that Jerry Jones is likely interested in making Bill Belichick his replacement if the Cowboys are unable to win the Super Bowl.
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots agreed to part ways last week, bringing the Patriots dynasty to an official end.
Bill Belichick is free to sign with any team, and he is probably in no hurry, because he can wait for the perfect situation.
According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Dallas Cowboys are “very much in play” to hire Bill Belichick if the Cowboys have another early exit from the postseason.
“YES, THE COWBOYS ARE BELIEVED TO BE IN PLAY. THERE’S A LONG HISTORY OF RESPECT AND ADMIRATION BETWEEN BILL BELICHICK AND JERRY JONES. THEY HAVE A GREAT TEAM THERE. BELICHICK COULD JUST GO IN AND COACH IT TO PLACES THEY HAVEN’T BEEN IN A VERY LONG TIME.”
For Bill Belichick, don't get too caught up in linking him to the non-playoff teams. There are 14 teams left. 13 of them will eventually lose. One of them (like, as we've been saying for weeks, the Cowboys) might decide Belichick is what they need to get over the hump.
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 11, 2024
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