Dan Quinn, the Cowboys’ defensive coordinator, was a key piece of their turnaround in 2021. Quinn concluded that Dallas still has much to do after riding the coaching carousel.
— fishsports (@fishsports) January 27, 2022
Quinn stated that he wants to be right there where his feet are in Cowboy Maven. “But that doesn’t mean I’ve always been happy where my feet land. “I’m happy here.”
The 51-year-old coach said, “I have unfinished business there.” “We have the right people to accomplish what everyone in this building is trying to do. That’s what we are doing right now. We are working towards a goal today.
Micah Parsons on how Dan Quinn was able to turn the Cowboys defense around in one year
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Dan Quinn was an important reason why the Cowboys finished 12-5 in the NFC East. Quinn was brought in after Dallas had struggled with defense in 2020.
Dallas’ D was quickly one of the most dynamic teams in the league, thanks to a new influx of young talent and a revamped scheme.
After a devastating upset loss to 49ers in the Wild Card round of the playoffs, DQ is now ready to run it with Cowboys in an attempt to win their first Super Bowl for a quarter-century.