The Dallas Cowboys have made a major move in their coaching staff, hiring Brian Schottenheimer as their new offensive coordinator. Schottenheimer, who has been an offensive coordinator in the NFL since 2006, will be replacing former offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.
Schottenheimer has spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks, helping the team to a playoff appearance in 2018. The Cowboys are hoping he will be able to bring the same success to the team.
The Cowboys have already built a team that fits the offensive scheme that Schottenheimer is expected to bring. The team has veteran quarterback Dak Prescott, star running back Ezekiel Elliott, and a talented offensive line. With Schottenheimer at the helm, the Cowboys have the pieces to make a run at the Super Bowl.
The Cowboys have also made some other changes to their coaching staff, including the hiring of former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy as the team’s head coach. McCarthy is expected to bring a different type of offense to the Cowboys, and Schottenheimer will be a key part of that transition.
The Cowboys will be looking to Schottenheimer to help them reach the next level and make a deep run in the playoffs. With the pieces in place, the Cowboys could be a force to be reckoned with in the NFC.