Dallas Cowboys had the worst performance of their season on Sunday night. San Francisco 49ers absolutely owned the Cowboys as they crushed them 23-17 in the Super Wild Card weekend.
The Cowboys’ loss can be attributed to many reasons — Dak Prescott’s sub-par performance, official’s mistakes, and head coach Mike McCarthy’s decision-making ability. On the show Undisputed, Skip Bayless said that Mike McCarthy is not fit to lead the Cowboys and probably should be fired from the organization.
“Mike McCarthy is the reason for Cowboys’ underachievement”: Skip Bayless thrashes Cowboys’ HC
Undisputed co-host Shannon Sharpe, a Cowboys hater wishes that Mike McCarthy stays on as Dallas’ head coach. “This is wishful thinking on your part,” said Skip, who has been a lifelong Cowboys fan. “Because you want with all your heart and soul for Mike McCarthy to be back with my Cowboys. My Cowboys will almost certainly be doomed next year again if Mike McCarthy is back as their game manager.”
Skip Bayless vented out all of his anger for the Cowboys head coach whose poor execution cost Dallas a Super Bowl run. Bayless said, “Mike McCarthy HAS to go. It is clear as day. He is the reason that this team woefully underachieved and lost to a team they should’ve beaten at home on Sunday.”
Cowboys’ owner Jerry Jones extremely disappointed with Mike McCarthy
Skip Bayless is almost certain that Cowboys’ owner, Jerry Jones will fire Mike McCarthy from his head coach position. “For me this is huge. I’m gonna give it a 25 percent chance when usually I would give it a zero percent chance.” Skip is confident saying the aforementioned statement because of Jerry Jones’ postgame interview statement. “That was the most measured, rational, objective postgame comment from Jerry I’ve ever heard. He was steamed to his core.”
Jerry Jones, who was disappointed with his team said, “When you get this combination of players together, you need to have success because we all know how it goes in the NFL. The whole thing is set up to take away from the best and add to the ones that need improvement. And personnel-wise, I think we have one of the best.”
When Jerry was asked about Mike McCarthy’s future at Dallas, he said, “I don’t even want to discuss anything like that at this particular time. That’s not on the table. The game speaks for itself.”