Jones: "I haven't thought one second" about McCarthy's future

The Cowboys' postseason run was short-lived. There is still one year remaining on Coach Mike McCarthy's contract.

After the game, reporters questioned Jerry Jones about McCarthy's fate, because there had been much speculation that he may replace McCarthy with Bill Belichick.

"I haven't given it a second thought," Jones stated, as reported by PFT's Charean Williams. Preparing for next week's playoff game here was my only thought. Being seated here with you right now astounds me. Jones elaborated by saying the result shocked him. It came out of nowhere for him.

What happens next will be closely observed by everyone. Three 12–5 seasons have been put up by McCarthy. However, his skid of not making it to the NFC Championship game extends all the way back to 1995.

There is speculation that McCarthy's deputy, Dan Quinn, will take over for him. Quinn may also be leaving after allowing 48 points against the Packers.

Ultimately, it's Belichick's fault. Jones and he get along famously. The efforts of Jerry and Stephen Jones in assembling a championship squad have been lauded by Belichick.

They should let you buy for the goods if they want you to cook the dinner, famously stated Bill Parcells. Belichick is the NFL's equivalent of Emeril, and Dallas' kitchen is well-stocked.

It is quite probable that it will occur. If this happens, it may spell disaster for the remainder of the league.

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