Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones said that he is open to the idea of his team’s offensive coordinator, Kellen Moore, leaving for Boise State.
The Cowboys find themselves still in the playoff picture after a 6-9 record and a second position in the NFC East. They are currently on a three game-winning run and seem to have salvaged their disastrous season.
While things are going in the right direction in the field, the team might have to deal with losing their offensive coordinator who seem interested in the Boise State job.
Addressing the situation, the team owner told 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]:
“I’ll say this to anyone. Remember the two buzzards sitting on the limb and one’s got his neck turned around looking at the other and says, ‘Patience my ass. I’m going to kill something.’ As they surveyed the landscape.
“I’m not really demeaning patience. You’ve got to have it, I guess. But the bottom line is that when it’s there, take it, and when it’s not there sometimes we’ll rustle it up.”
Moore has also spoken about the job and is keeping all doors open at the moment.
“Obviously Boise is a unique one for me,” Moore told reporters in Dallas Monday evening. “It’s special to me. I love that place. Obviously just going through the process right now and I’m just focused on this game. We’ll kind of let all of this stuff play itself out and we’ll see where it’s at.”