If there were any questions for the Dallas Cowboys regarding who will call plays after the firing of Kellen Moore last week, they have now been answered.
According to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who spoke to the media at Senior Bowl practice on Wednesday, head coach Mike McCarthy will indeed take over the playing calling duties in the 2023 season.
According to Jones, McCarthy now will be running an offense similar to that which he ran in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers under center, that helped bring the Packers a Super Bowl.
While in Green Bay, McCarthy's offenses were routinely at the top of the league in terms of production.
McCarthy also spent time as the offensive coordinator for the Saints and 49ers before being hired by the Packers in 2005.
With all that said, the Cowboys will still be on the hunt for a new offensive coordinator to replace Moore, and have requested to interview multiple candidates.