Dak Prescott 2 Words Describe Cowboys OT Loss at Jaguars
Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys quarterback, is on track for a career-high of interceptions… and the Jags match adds to his self-admitted frustration.
Dak Prescott made the statement in the wake of His two interceptions in Sunday’s loss to Jacksonville, 40-34 OT.
“Frustration grows,” said the Dallas Cowboys quarterback.
Prescott’s increased number of interceptions has drawn heavy criticism in recent months. Sunday was… After a thumb injury that left him with five weeks of disability, he returned to work on Sunday. Prescott had thrown interceptions in six of his eight games.
Now he has thrown two more, including the bounced off-Noah Brown pick-6 which sealed Dallas’ fate.
“Frustration grows,” Dak said. It’s difficult to end the game with a pick-6. It’s frustrating.”
All of the picks are not Prescott’s fault. All of the Cowboys’ picks are their fault. That should frustrate everyone. Even though Mike McCarthy, coach, calls that last play an “unlucky bounce.”‘
Dak’s numbers looked fine in the end; he was…
However, all of this is not as good as the first part, when he was almost perfect.
Dallas was up 21-7 at halftime. Dak’s stat line was impressive: He was 15-16 for 137 yards with two touchdowns and an additional 12-yard run.
Coach Mike McCarthy insists that his quarterback, who has been a key part of a 10-4 team with an 99% chance of making the playoffs, was taking the recent spike in interceptions very seriously.
McCarthy stated, “It’s part and parcel of this ride, the adventure.” “Dak Prescott has been the most accountable person I have ever worked alongside.”
Another week of “accountability.” Another week of interceptions. Another week of frustration.
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