Jerry Jones Makes Decision on Possible Play-Calling Changes Amid Struggles

On Sunday night, the Dallas Cowboys were embarrassed by San Francisco 49ers.

They were hammered by 32, 42-10, in what was dubbed a preview for this year’s NFC Championship Game. The offense was a disaster as Dak Prescott, the quarterback, threw 3 interceptions and only managed 153 passing yard.

The ground was also restricted to 57 yards.

All that could have gone wrong, did. People are now wondering if Mike McCarthy will hand over the playcalling duties to Brian Schottenheimer. Jerry Jones, the owner of the team, was asked about this possibility. He quickly replied no.

Jones replied, “No.” “In any case, no.”

McCarthy is still McCarthy’s favorite and Jones has full faith that McCarthy will do the right thing. He wants McCarthy to show him wrong.

The Cowboys are back in action on Monday Night Football next week against the Los Angeles Chargers. The kickoff time is 8:15 pm. ET.

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