Michael Irvin has never shied away from telling the truth about the Dallas Cowboys.
Why stop now?
On Sunday, the team was crushed 25-3 by the Washington Football Team. Before that, the team was blown out 38-10 by the Arizona Cardinals on Monday Night Football.
Dak Prescott went down with an injury, which everyone understands; however, the team’s play the last two weeks has been anything but a unit. However, the former Cowboys standout wide receiver said watching Sunday’s action “put him in the grave.”
“I have @AZCardinals vs @Seahawks great game on one TV and #WorldSeries2020 game 5 on the other TV. It’s Heaven here on earth. Especially when my @dallascowboys has me in the grave.”
Irvin’s response on Twitter sums up the Cowboys’ performance on Sunday afternoon. As we speak, this continues to be a dark chapter for the team’s history. It might be time to scrap the current coaching regime, which is something FS1’s Colin Cowherd believes should happen.
When the Cowboys trailed 22-3 at halftime, Cowherd took a shot at defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and McCarthy on Twitter.
“Jerry Jones — you made a huge mistake and it happens to everyone — time to blow out the coaching staff and start over,” Cowherd said.
It appears that McCarthy does not have a lot of control over what is coming on in the locker room. Despite those conflictions, Cowboys VP doubled down on Monday and said that McCarthy is the right man to get the team out of these trenches.
“I know we’ve got the right head guy for the job,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan on Monday. “. . . These things just take time. I know our fans are frustrated. We certainly understand the criticism that’s come our way. But we’ve got to go to work.”