For the second straight offseason, the Cowboys score a significant coaching victory.

Dan Quinn elected to stay in Dallas in order to win a Super Bowl, so the Cowboys won't have to worry about finding a new defensive coordinator.Dan Quinn desires to win another

Super Bowl, and he appears to realise that as the Dallas Cowboys' defensive coordinator rather than the head coach of the Cardinals, Colts, or Broncos, he is much more likely to

achieve that goal.According to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network, Quinn "advised interested teams that he is staying in Dallas" on Thursday.

In 2021, the Cowboys brought in Quinn to overhaul their shaky defence. Two consecutive 12-win seasons and visits to the postseason are the results of his efforts. Dallas was 28th

in the nation in points allowed the year before he arrived. Each of the last two years, they have placed among the top 10 in that measure.The Cowboys had a chance to advance to the

NFC Championship Game for the first time since the 1996 campaign thanks to Quinn's defence. Dallas lost to the 49ers 19-12 as a result of Dak Prescott's two interceptions, a poor

offensive performance. After that defeat, Mike McCarthy might have been facing the firing squad, but the DC just appeared more appealing.Quinn is in high demand as a head coach,

which comes as no surprise given how successful he was as a defensive coordinator. Even though his tenure as the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons ended in failure, his work as a

DC since then has shown he is still a superb coach. He'd get a second shot to run the show from many clubs.Quinn is instead concentrating on the Cowboys.

He has made the decision to spend the next two offseasons running the defence for Mike McCarthy in Dallas.