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NFL World Reacts To Tuesday's Kellen Moore News

Mike McCarthy stands alongside Kellen Moore.

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - DECEMBER 26: Dallas Cowboys Offensive Coordinator Kellen Moore and Head coach Mike McCarthy of the Dallas Cowboys look on during the first half against the Washington Football Team at AT&T Stadium on December 26, 2021 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Kellen Moore may not be the Cowboys' offensive coordinator for much longer.

The 33-year-old rising star in the coaching world just completed his third season as offensive coordinator for the Cowboys. And though it didn't go as planned due to an early playoff exit at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers, Moore's reputation has skyrocketed.

According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, Moore has three head coaching interviews set up this week.

He'll interview with the Denver Broncos on Tuesday. Moore also has interviews set up with the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins.

It's plausible the Cowboys lose both their coordinators - Kellen Moore and Dan Quinn - and are left stuck with Mike McCarthy.

That could prove to be a disastrous scenario for Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.

"The Cowboys are really going to lose Kellen and DQ and be stuck with McCarthy," one fan said.

"Whoever gets him is fasho gonna have a nice offense. Been high on Kellen for a while," another commented.

"People forget to that Kellen Moore has collectively, in all his time as OC, maybe called 95% of a seasons worth of good games. Take him," one fan said.

Others would like to see their teams steer clear of Moore after his questionable quarterback draw play call vs. the 49ers last Sunday.

"Kellen Moore should be auto-DQ'ed from any HC interviews after that final play in Dallas," someone commented.

It's only a matter of time before Kellen Moore becomes a head coach. It looks like this will be the off-season it happens.