Updated January 18, 3:56 PM CT
January 17, 2020
McCarthy passes play-calling to Kellen Moore
Mike McCarthy, who once said "he would never give up play-calling,"
announced that Kellen Moore would remain as offensive coordinator.
“My plan is for him to be the play caller,” McCarty said.
Moore called the plays for the first time in 2019, and the Cowboys finished with the most yards in the NFL. If you recall, they busted out of the gates with the offense operating like a fine-tuned machine.
“Kellen was someone I was watching from afar, regardless of what opportunity worked out for myself,” McCarthy said, via Jon Machota of TheAthletic.com. “The opportunity to work with Kellen was something I was going to pursue either way.”
McCarthy also said he plans to keep the offense’s terminology the same. He will learn the team’s language, not the other way around.
The Cowboys will continue to use a four-man front on defense, McCarthy said. Mike Nolan, the new defensive head coach, has coached both the 3-4 and the 4-3 man fronts.
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