The Cowboys have yet to fire Jason Garrett and are somehow already in the interview process for a new coach.
After coming off an 8-8 season and an era of losing playoff games, Dallas is searching for a new coach, and reportedly set to interview a coach whom is the face for mediocrity and losing playoff games, Marvin Lewis.
Cowboys are also meeting with former Bengals’ HC Marvin Lewis today, per @toddarcher. So Mike McCarthy and Marvin Lewis both today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 4, 2020
The former Bengals head coach of 17 years has a career record of
131–122–3 (.518) and went one-and-out in all seven trips to the postseason in Cincinnati.
Of course one theory is that the interview is simply a ploy to satisfy to Rooney Rule, stating teams must interview ethnic-minority candidates for head coaching and senior football operation jobs.
Former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy, the more favorable choice if you were to ask fans in Dallas, is also being interviewed by the Cowboys. The team is also rumored to be interested in former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.