NFL world reacts to Cowboys keeping Mike McCarthy as head coach

After a historic playoff loss, Mike McCarthy will survive.

McCarthy will coach the Dallas Cowboys in 2024, owner Jerry Jones said Wednesday night.

McCarthy, 60, is approaching his final year of a team contract.

The Cowboys were the first No. 2 seed to fall to a No. 7 seed since the NFL playoff field expanded to 14 clubs in 2020, threatening McCarthy's future. 

Dallas fell to the Green Bay Packers 27-0 at home on Sunday in the wild-card round, losing 48-32.

McCarthy has led Dallas to three consecutive 12-5 seasons after finishing 6-10 in his debut season. However, two of those three campaigns concluded in wild-card round home losses. 

Since the 1970 merger, the Cowboys were the first team to win 12 games in three seasons without reaching the conference title game.

Since its 1995 Super Bowl win, Dallas hasn't advanced past the divisional round.

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