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Doug Nussmeier, Not Jason Garrett, In Line to Call Cowboys Offense in 2019

did not address the media on Friday from the , his responsibility on the team still uncertain for 2019. While a ten win season and title assured Garrett would return as head coach, his decision to fire has the structure of the Cowboys in flux – despite being out in the open in sunny Orlando, FL.

has joined the Cowboys staff at the Pro Bowl, on as QB Coach to fill this position vacated by . In line to be the Cowboys next OC, Moore's ideas will be welcome in an offense that plans to pool together concepts from Garrett, Moore, , and current TE Coach .

As far as the all-important play caller that will culminate this offense, the Cowboys have made no formal decision at this position yet. The latest from 's Ian Rapoport is that Nussmeier – a former college OC – has the advantage here over a return to Garrett as the Cowboys play caller.

Surrounding Garrett with talented positional coaches and coordinators as the team's game manager is a proven plan of attack for the Cowboys, who have shown no intentions of making any drastic changes to the front this . Such is why they hired internally to find a new OC.

Garrett has a track record of success calling Cowboys offenses, none of which ever ranked below ninth in total yards. Nussmeier does not have this , but did have a two-year stint as the OC at Alabama. Disciples of Nick Saban have always had the respect of Garrett, and whether or not he moves forward with Nussmeier as his play caller is the story to keep an eye on in Dallas.

Sean Martin
Sean Martin
Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Boro Panther, Montclair State Red Hawk, and most importantly a proud member of Cowboys Nation! I host "Upon Further Review" on 90.3 WMSC FM and every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. Twitter: @SeanMartinNFL.

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