The Dallas Cowboys may not be done with Kellen Moore after all. The veteran quarterback has been reportedly mulling hanging up his cleats for good this offseason and instead trying his hand at coaching instead. Moore was most recently lost his post behind Dak Prescott to rookie Cooper Rush and never delivered on the potential offensive coordinator Scott Linehan thoroughly believed him to have. His NFL record is a winless 0-2 which includes six interceptions to only four touchdowns for a career QBR of 25.9. Moore has been soundly lauded for his football acumen, however, so a move into coaching could serve him well going forward. The next question is logically, should he go that route, where would he land? One thing's for certain and that's the perception Moore would walk on water should he chose to return to Boise State as a part of its staff.
Could Kellen Moore retire into a Cowboys coaching job?
247 Sports | Jan 2