Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott claimed responsibility for Dallas’ terrible loss to the Broncos.
When the Broncos arrived in town on Sunday, it was not a good day.
Denver humiliated the Cowboys in front of their fans. They led 30-0 at the end of the fourth quarter, before the Cowboys scored two late consolation touchdowns that made the score look even closer.
Dak Prescott, Quarterback, was a major problem during his injury recovery. After adding in a lot of garbage time production, he completed only 48.7 percent of his passes.
He was able to finish with 232 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was only 8-of-23 in passing with 102 yards, and one interception before those late drives. His passer rating was 31.4.
He at least realized that his performance was not good enough and took responsibility.
Interview with Dak Prescott after game: QB accepts responsibility for Cowboys’ loss
“Obviously, I wasn’t as clean than I usually am. “I just missed some throws,” Prescott stated in his postgame presser, by Jon Machota from The Athletic.
Although the quarterback had a bad day, the entire team supported him.
Prescott stated, “I’m certainly shocked.” “They cheated us in every way. It’s something that we will learn from. It’s up to us to do better.
This was Prescott’s idea for keeping him in the game late to make those late touchdowns, despite concerns about his potential exacerbation of his calf injury.
“We had to. We needed to get things moving. “We needed to show our fight, our resilience,” Prescott stated. “Try to gain some momentum from this game.”