World News – US – Stephen Jones: Cowboys have no plans to make drastic coaching changes after 1-3 start


The Cowboys offense has racked up points but can’t go out of its own way with turnovers and penalties that help dig holes The defense was woefully bad, dropping 146 points in four games, most in the NFL

Despite starting 1 to 3, the underachieving Cowboys have no plans to shake up the Dallas TEU coaching staff yet Stephen Jones said on 1053 The Fan Monday the team did not plans to make sweeping changes after Sunday’s 49-38 loss to Cleveland

“We just have to be better We have to go to work,” Jones said, via Jon Machota of The Athletic “Now is not the time to think about things like that I am very convinced for this staff I am very convinced of this team « 

Given that Mike McCarthy has four games in his tenure as a carefully chosen replacement for Jason Garrett and Jones’ relationship with Kellen Moore, the implication is that the first change that could be made is the coordinator. defensive Mike Nolan

Dallas’ defense under Nolan was a mess Sunday’s 307 rushing yards were the most in a single game in Cowboys history.The 126 runs allowed in the last three games are the highest in three games in team history And the 38-plus points awarded in three straight games is the first time a Cowboys club has done so since 1960, the franchise’s first year.

We looked at a historically bad Cowboys defense Defenses around the NFL were mostly bad to start the 2020 season, but Dallas takes the cake

After four weeks of football, the front office is not yet ready to send executive orders to its coaching staff to make changes.If the defeat persists and the defense continues to look so bad, you can bet that the feeling will change

Official inactive players for Monday night’s games between the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs and the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers

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A number of Las Vegas Raiders players, including TE Darren Waller, QB Derek Carr and TE Jason Witten, were fined Monday for violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols and procedures at an event charity last week in Nevada

Giants won’t punish Golden Tate for his role in Sunday’s post-game fight between him and Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey
Joe Judge said he thought Tate was just defending himself

Bill O’Brien’s abrupt change in fringe responsibilities, drastic as it was or not, didn’t produce a win for the still winless Texans on Sunday
O’Brien said on Monday he was unsure if he would continue with such a formula

Austin Ekeler will be away for a while
The Chargers RB have suffered what is considered a serious hamstring injury and will be placed on the injured reserve with hopes of returning later in the season, reports Ian Rapoport

Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said running back Nick Chubb suffered a sprained MCL knee in yesterday’s win, but the injury did not end the season He was placed in reserve for the wounded

When these teams last met on « MNF » in 2014, Aaron Rodgers’ Packers edged Matt Ryan’s Falcons Rodgers and Ryan have since a combined 10-0 in the prime-time Monday night spotlight

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow celebrated his first NFL victory after Sunday’s win over the Jaguars

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World News – United States – Stephen Jones: Cowboys don’t have the intention to make drastic coaching changes after 1-3 start


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