The pain of another loss to the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs is enough to cause mass depression throughout Cowboys Nation. This is a great catastrophe all across the board for this team, not least of which for Mike McCarthy.
While so many players fought hard this season, the Dallas Cowboys once again came up short in the postseason, making this another year where the Cowboys fail to make the NFC Championship despite having an amazing team.
With so much confusion and frustration within the Cowboys’ fandom, it’s best to take a breath and try to figure out what the problem is.
Many fans have fingers pointed at all areas of the field, including Dak Prescott, Mike McCarthy, and Kellen Moore.
To get straight to the point, the real culprit is Mike McCarthy.
No doubt about it, this man is the true cause of the team losing on Sunday. There are plenty of ways this man has screwed the team these last three years.
This coach has been blessed with amazing players who deserve to win Super Bowls. Micah Parsons is the best linebacker in the NFL. Dalton Schultz is a top-3 tight end in the league who is getting better and better every year. Tony Pollard is a running back with a great amount of potential.
The Cowboys have the best team in the NFL for sure, however, McCarthy is holding us back.
I recently saw a comment on another post stating if the Cowboys had Superman, Captain America, and Thor on their team, they still wouldn’t get past the Divisional round under McCarthy.
Which reminds me, McCarthy used to actually coach a Superman-like player.
Aaron Rodgers will go down as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, however, how many Super Bowls has he won?
That’s right, one.
Rodgers should have won at least three Super Bowls in his career with his talent, but no. Once again, McCarthy held an amazing team back for so long.
For 12 years McCarthy coached the Green Bay Packers and kept choking in big games.
This is just another reason why this coach just can’t get the job done.
The year 2011 will be the only time you will ever see McCarthy hold the Super Bowl trophy.
It’s not hard to see that he is the true reason for the suffering of Cowboys fans.
Now, I understand what some of you may be thinking — Prescott needs some blame as well for the loss. I agree.
It is unacceptable to throw two interceptions in the first half of a playoff game, however, I still blame McCarthy for Daks’ downfall.
Dak didn’t seem to be in a good mindset for this game and obviously wasn’t appropriately coached pregame. McCarthy let everything crumble and looked away when people needed him the most.
This season was great, and I am very proud of our team this year.
Yet, we will never win in the big games with a coach like this. Before anything else, McCarthy needs to go. There’s simply no other way.