Sad news: : Mike McCarthy denies responsibility for Dallas Cowboys disappointment

Head coach Mike McCarthy rejects any notion that he is the reason for the Dallas Cowboys’ nearly 30-year run of post season disappointment.

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Mike McCarthy will remain head coach of the Dallas Cowboys at least next season, owner Jerry Jones said.
This was announced amid speculation about McCarthy’s possible departure and rumors that the Cowboys are interested in Bill Belichick.
In his four years as the team’s coach, McCarthy has amassed 42 wins and 25 losses in the regular season, but he is only 1 win and 3 losses in the playoffs.
He also maintained consistency, with his third consecutive season he posted a record of 12 wins and 5 losses.
The Cowboys’ ignominious wild-card exit at the hands of the Green Bay Packers continues to cause widespread anger in Cowboys circles, but Coach McCarthy flatly denied any responsibility placed on his players.
“It’s still new, and I’m still shaking.
It’s very simple.
One team was playing at their level and the other team was not.
Unfortunately we couldn’t do that, so we couldn’t play at our level, so I’m very disappointed with our performance.
Coach McCarthy said at a press conference, “I don’t take responsibility, and neither do the players, for the disappointment that has lasted for more than 20 years.
” The last time the Cowboys won a Super Bowl was in his 1995 year, which was also the last year the team advanced to the conference championship game.

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