Kellen Moore, Dallas Cowboys offensive Coordinator, is the NFL’s most prolific scoring team (29.9 points per game). He has attracted a lot of attention from other franchises looking for a head coach.
Moore was quickly recognized as one of the best options to fill the vacant position after the firing of Urban Meyer, the former Jacksonville head coach. The Mike McCarthy assistant has accepted an invitation for interview. The interview will take place via virtual means sometime this week
But when asked about the possibility of taking over for the Jaguars, Moore gave a coy response. According to Cowboys insider Jon Machota, Moore said that he has not spoken with the Jacksonville team’s front office yet.
He said, “I’m just (focused on Philadelphia) and we’ll get there when we get there.”
Moore said that he wasn’t sure when he would talk to the Jags, and that he will leave that to his agent.
Cowboys OC Kellen Moore has not talked with the Jacksonville Jaguars about their head coaching position. “I’m really just (focused on) Philadelphia and we’ll get to it when we get to it.” He did not share when he plans to speak with them, said he leaves that up to his agent
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 6, 2022
Kellen Moore’s elite offense unit will lead the 11-5 Cowboys to another win against the Eagles before they embark on their postseason journey.
Dallas has already won the NFC East. This should make it easy to get into Week 18.