Cowboys fans are clamoring for Sean Payton after the latest questionable coaching decision by Mike McCarthy.
As strong a coaching candidate as Payton is, though, he may not be the best to get Dallas past its postseason misery.
In the Cowboys’ divisional-round loss Sunday, McCarthy OK’d one of the more bizarre plays in postseason history.
In a last-ditch move that backfired phenomenally in the final seconds, running back Ezekiel Elliott snapped the ball to QB Dak Prescott before he was trucked by 49ers linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair.
Prescott quickly passed to KaVontae Turpin, who was tackled immediately, sealing the game for the 49ers.