CZ POLL Would you want Kellen Moore hired as head coach if he were to leave after the season?

Would you want Kellen Moore hired as head coach if he were to leave after the season?


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KM doesn't have enough experience yet. Plus, he is having way too much fun as an OC while getting paid very well to do so.
 

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Ultimately the decision is are we willing to let Moore walk. And the answer might be yes. We shall see.

I think it will depend more on what our future is with McCarthy.

Which I thought at least initially was a hire to steer us in a better direction . Which he is doing.

And to win now with Dak and this core of stars. Once that’s been done I don’t think McCarthy has to stay.
 

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I thought it would be the best time to ask this question because the team is on a six gaming winning streak and satisfaction levels with McCarthy and Moore seem to be strong.

So the question is ..

If after the season, Kellen Moore receives a head coach (NFL or college) offer that he plans to accept, would you want to fire Mike McCarthy and hire Kellen Moore as the Dallas Cowboys head coach or would you keep Mike McCarthy and let Kellen Moore leave?
Why fire a proven CEO because the Head of Sales had a great year...(doesn't make sense, huh?)
 

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Equally true. I hope we can keep him.
Does he really want to go somewhere and do that?
That’s the 64 million dollar question.

Most asst coaches are looking for or at least striving for a HC opportunity. But for some the phone never rings.
 

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I thought it would be the best time to ask this question because the team is on a six gaming winning streak and satisfaction levels with McCarthy and Moore seem to be strong.

So the question is ..

If after the season, Kellen Moore receives a head coach (NFL or college) offer that he plans to accept, would you want to fire Mike McCarthy and hire Kellen Moore as the Dallas Cowboys head coach or would you keep Mike McCarthy and let Kellen Moore leave?
Kellen needs more seasoning before becoming a HC IMO.
 

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Yes. I would wager that he wants to win a SB with this bunch. It is a very small window of opportunity to do so.
But his ticket will never be hotter if we win the superbowl... plus the league catches on to all great offensive minds eventually. If he wants to run the whole show( calling plays as a head coach) he needs to strike soon, if not he will need to find his next best thing... head coaching is SO much more than designing a good offense.
 

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A new title of Assistant head coach with a huge pay raise and a handshake deal with Jerry that when McCarthy is gone, a five year head coaching deal to be the Dallas Cowboys head coach in your pocket to stay!!
 

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But his ticket will never be hotter if we win the superbowl... plus the league catches on to all great offensive minds eventually. If he wants to run the whole show( calling plays as a head coach) he needs to strike soon, if not he will need to find his next best thing... head coaching is SO much more than designing a good offense.
A good coach knows that the league will catch up to his schemes and he will adjust.
 

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If he leaves i thank him for his service

it was very much appreciated but letting McCarthy go for Moore is too similiar too the previous situation
 

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Probably but he seems to be good at managing things from a higher level. If all he does is keep Jerry out of things so the culture of the team is good then that is more than any coach has done since Jimmy.
That’s still left to be seen in late January.

What if one of McCarthys questionable 4th down calls , analytical strategies or poor time clock Mgmt cost us a championship ? Will his culture leading us there out weigh it?? IDK
 

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No.

I don’t know why some people want to get rid of a Super Bowl winning head coach. Who has a very good regular season record, a winning record in the playoffs, and been to 4 NFC title games. Simply because they are worried about whether Kellen will be a good head coach or not.

We already have a very good head coach.


Honestly, any team that hires Kellen would be hoping and praying for him to have anywhere near the success that Big Mike has had, as a head coach in the NFL.


I like Kellen. I really do. But I think it would be super super risky to get rid of Mike considering where the team is at now and his prior resume.

Kellen is not guaranteed to be as good a HC as Mike.
 

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I think you are making assumptions here.

I am not pushing for hiring Moore or keeping McCarthy.

I created this poll because I thought it was a perfect time to gauge the opinions of the community right now on a six game winning streak because I felt it was the best time for a level playing field of fan emotions between the two coaches.

If I had waited until the Cowboys lost a game (or more), then it would have influenced the results because of those losses.

Right now, it is a fair question to ask and, more importantly, an interesting question for everyone here.

When the season is over no matter the result, I will likely post the same poll again so we can see how fan sentiment changed or if it even changed at all over time.
well for me the prefect time is at seasons end when we have all data..
 

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No.

I don’t know why some people want to get rid of a Super Bowl winning head coach. Who has a very good regular season record, a winning record in the playoffs, and been to 4 NFC title games. Simply because they are worried about whether Kellen will be a good head coach or not.

We already have a very good head coach.


Honestly, any team that hires Kellen would be hoping and praying for him to have anywhere near the success that Big Mike has had, as a head coach in the NFL.


I like Kellen. I really do. But I think it would be super super risky to get rid of Mike considering where the team is at now and his prior resume.

Kellen is not guaranteed to be as good a HC as Mike.
yup KM cant take this offense full of weapons' with him but MM is fully capable of calling the plays for this offense full of weapons'.. hes done it before and KM never been HC of any kind..so im keeping MM
 

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I thought it would be the best time to ask this question because the team is on a six gaming winning streak and satisfaction levels with McCarthy and Moore seem to be strong.

So the question is ..

If after the season, Kellen Moore receives a head coach (NFL or college) offer that he plans to accept, would you want to fire Mike McCarthy and hire Kellen Moore as the Dallas Cowboys head coach or would you keep Mike McCarthy and let Kellen Moore leave?

Make him the highest paid coordinator in the league and guarantee him the job when McCarthy leaves. I’m sure he would rather coach the cowboys in 2 years than the bears or Texans next season
 

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This is like becoming a Sergeant in the military sometimes at a very young age. Say at the age of 21 and you suddenly have a supply shop of 7 sever other knuckle heads trying to live their life and have fun just like your young butt. Handling the offensive play calling is one thing, but getting calls at 4 A.M. about your starting corner back in a DUI is different.
 

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Make him the highest paid coordinator in the league and guarantee him the job when McCarthy leaves. I’m sure he would rather coach the cowboys in 2 years than the bears or Texans next season

and if MM wants to be HC with Cowboys for the next 5 years to come ?
i've heard several HCs and assistants say per interview that's it's a coordinator's dream to be an NFL head coach with leading and deciding his own troop of players and coaches.
 

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well for me the prefect time is at seasons end when we have all data..
To me that is like saying, "I will tell you who I think is going to win after the game ends and I know the score."

That was the point of asking now .. to compare how people feel now to after the end of the season when they know how it ends (aka: have all data).

If you do not want to vote in the poll though, that is perfectly fine as not everyone will.

Waiting until the end of the season will make the poll much easier to answer for some fans, either way. :D
 
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