The small lie Mike McCarthy told Jerry Jones to get Cowboys job

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"I haven't watched every play of the season", McCarthy said, "but you do what you gotta do, right?"

"It was more about tracking the trends and seeing what people were doing", he said.

Jones spoke lovingly, not only of his previous coach, but the entire Garrett family, noting that he's written a check to a Garrett in some form or fashion for 28 of his 30 years in the league as he has worked with both his father and his brother through his tenure. I think he has been really underrated, and I really think he's been disrespected in terms of what he is as a coach, and the success he had as a coach with the Green Bay Packers. "We obviously won the Super Bowl there, but we won some big games down there over the years".

He responded, "The 1st thing i said to myself was That was one hell of an athletic catch".

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The Dallas Cowboys have named Mike McCarthy as their next head coach, and McCarthy is already off to a fun start putting together a staff by hiring defensive coordinator Mike Nolan (who has historically operated with a three-man front but uses a lot of hybrid looks like many coordinators) and defensive line coach Jim Tomsula.

"I'm excited about the opportunity to work with Dak", he said. The Packers were unable to make the Playoffs his last two seasons as head coach.

"It's the Dallas Cowboys". Or you can get in there with somebody that's been shot at and hit and still going. "We have nothing but the utmost respect for him, and we used his timeline, and he understood that we were having to do our job too". By Monday morning, news of McCarthy's 12-hour, Saturday-into-Sunday interview turned job offer turned job acceptance had broken. McCarthy comes to the Cowboys with a Super Bowl ring from his time as the head coach of the Green Bay Packers. "Dad loved her husband, and he said, 'What's gotten into you?' And she said, 'I don't hear bells.' He said, 'Bells? We know Jerry Jones is the GM of Dallas, so we know very well that Mike McCarthy will have zero say in the players". "And that's a story I'll be telling the rest of my life".

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