Former Bill Belichick player names 'perfect' job for coach

ESPN NFL analyst Louis Riddick played under head coach Bill Belichick when both were with the Cleveland Browns in the 1990s 

believes Belichick would be an excellent replacement for Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy if Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones changes his mind this offseason. 

Interestingly, ESPN NFL analyst Dan Graziano stated in a column published Monday that quarterback Dak Prescott's 

growth this past regular season is one reason Graziano had heard from Cowboys personnel that "the team is very happy with the job McCarthy is doing."

Of course, the scenario could have changed after Prescott threw two costly interceptions and the Dallas defense gave up 143 rushing yards and three touchdowns 

on the ground in this past Sunday's humiliating 48-32 wild-card playoff defeat to the Green Bay Packers.

For what it's worth, McCarthy was still employed by the Cowboys as of Tuesday afternoon. 

Meanwhile, the Atlanta Falcons appear poised to make an offer to Belichick at any time. 

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