No. The alleged human footprints have been extensively analyzed and are most likely dinosaur tracks. There is absolutely no evidence that they are human. Glen J. Kuban has performed a very thorough analysis of the site, and states
Some of the these tracks did vaguely resemble human footprints, however, many of the tracks also showed problematic (non-human) features (discussed further below).
and goes on to clearly show that there is nothing more than a vague resemblance to human footprints. In fact, He concludes with
After over five years of intensive research on this issue, I have concluded that no genuine human tracks have ever been found in the Paluxy Riverbed.
Kuban persuaded John Morris of the Institute for Creation Research, who participated in some of the early claims, to visit the site with him so they could evaluate the tracks together. Based on this, Morris published a paper which acknowledges that they are not human tracks, stating
In view of these developments, none of the four trails at the Taylor site can today be regarded as unquestionably of human origin. The Taylor Trail appears, obviously, dinosaurian, as do two prints thought to be in the Turnage Trail. The Giant Trail has what appears to be dinosaur prints leading toward it, and some of the Ryals tracks seem to be developing claw features, also.