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OJ Simpson Tells Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones To Fire Mike McCarthy And Hire Brian Flores

The former NFL running back, OJ Simpson, has told the owner of Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, to sack Mike McCarthy and hire Brian Flores, who was sacked by the Miami Dolphins last week. OJ hopped on Twitter and dropped a video of himself advising Jerry Jones to get rid of Mike because it’s obvious he isn’t good at the job.

Total Pro Sports:

OJ Simpson has a solution for the Dallas Cowboys.

In the midst of talking about the Cowboys and how the Bills and 49ers might meet in the Super Bowl, he also wanted to take a shot at Dallas as well.

Simpson stated that Doritos came out with a new flavor of chips called ‘Nacho Year.’

According to reports, the Cowboys plan to keep Mike McCarthy.

The team owner declined to get into his head coach’s future in the moments after watching the Cowboys get unceremoniously bounced from the playoffs. “I don’t even want to discuss anything like that at this particular time. No discussion.” Jones admitted that this year’s team was one of the best player groups that he’s ever been around in Dallas.

The Cowboys executive vice president was unequivocal Monday when asked if he believed Mike McCarthy would still be leading the team in 2022. His answer was all of three words long. As for the offensive and defensive coordinators scheduled for job interviews elsewhere this week, Jones seemed resigned to a change coming. “We’ve had great relationships with both men,” Jones said, “and we’ll just work with them as they navigate these waters.”

In the end, this was on the players. They weren’t disciplined, and the 49ers were more physical than them. I am not sure if that would change if there were a different coach or not. The Juice seems to think so.

Flip the pages for OJ speaking on the matter and some of the Twitter reactions.

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