Dan Quinn makes huge gesture towards Kellen Moore ahead of coaching searches

After missing the playoffs last season, the Dallas Cowboys are now preparing for the 2022 playoffs. The team is preparing for the 2022 playoffs, and it is reported that one their coordinators is looking for a new coaching Job.

Damon Marx Assistant Sports Editor at The Dallas Morning News reports that Kellen Moore, Cowboys’ offensive coordinator, has been preparing for a interview as a head coach with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He isn’t doing it all alone. Dan Quinn assisted him in conducting mock interviews.

“Some good insight on the ESPN game broadcast. Cowboys DC Dan Quinn went through a mock interview w/ Cowboys OC Kellen Moore last week to get him ready for his interview with Jacksonville. Brian Griese said Moore told him his interview last night with the Jaguars was about 2 hours,” wrote Machota on Twitter.

The Cowboys are currently leading the by 30-17 as they head into halftime in Philadelphia. The offenses are clearly dominating this game, so it’s no surprise that the Cowboys lead the Eagles by 30-17. Dallas scored on every possession.

Prescott entered the locker room with four touchdown passes, and 241 yards for the night. Prescott’s last touchdown pass of halftime brought him to 36 yards for the year, which tied former quarterback Tony Romo’s franchise record. With Philadelphia’s inability stop Prescott, the Cowboys signal-caller could easily claim that record in the second quarter.

The Cowboys will be relying on big plays Saturday as three of their receivers have at least 25 yards receiving. Prescott has already surpassed his total passing yards from last weekend’s loss against the Arizona Cardinals. In that 45-22 match, he threw for 226 yard.

On the opposite sideline, Gardner Minshew will be playing in place Jalen Hurts, a typical starter. He is now 12-for-19 with 106 yard and a touchdown pass for tight end Tyree Johnson.

DeVonta , the Eagles’ rookie receiving records holder, was a wide receiver. The 916 yard total of the first-year player from Alabama broke the previous record of 912.

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