By Mike Fisher, Cowboys Country: By many metrics, the Dallas Cowboys have in the last two seasons boasted top-three offenses in the NFL.
It’s now time to plan for the 2023 season. And Kellen Moore will not be a part of the plan, as he’s been fired, multiple outlets report on Sunday night.
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The Dallas Cowboys have made their decision on the future of Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator. ... and it impacts head coach Mike McCarthy.
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