NFL analyst Louis Riddick played under Bill Belichick in the 1990s for the Cleveland Browns and thinks he could replace Mike McCarthy if Jerry Jones changes his mind this winter.
"Bill wants a seasoned quarterback who knows how to play the game well and may require his guidance in the postseason to say, 'Hey, look, this is what we're going to do.
On Tuesday's ESPN "Get Up!", Riddick linked Belichick to the Cowboys. Hayden Bird of Boston.com reported this.
For a Monday article, ESPN NFL insider Dan Graziano noted that Dak Prescott's growth this season was one reason the Cowboys told him "the team is very happy with the job McCarthy is doing."
After Prescott threw two costly interceptions and the Dallas defense gave up 143 rushing yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's humbling 48-32 wild-card playoff defeat to the Green Bay Packers, the situation may have altered.
McCarthy has a 1-3 postseason record since joining Dallas in 2020. Riddick said, "That ain’t happening with a Bill Belichick-coached defense," after watching the Cowboys on Sunday.
"If he can handle the rest, he's excellent for Dallas. Perfect guy."
Not everyone agree. Before the weekend, Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Mac Engel predicted a personality clash between Jones and Belichick
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