Dak Prescott Lashes Out After Cowboys’ Loss to Chiefs

After everything was perfect for a week, everything went wrong.

The Dallas Cowboys lost 19-9 to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, a week after scoring 43 points against Atlanta Falcons.

A week after re-establishing himself as an NFL MVP candidate, Dak Prescott played like a backup quarterback, completing 28-of-43 passes for 215 yards and two interceptions.

According to ESPN.com, Prescott stated that he was never discouraged but that he was pissed off after the game. “Especially when you play against a team who has been to Super Bowl the past two years. We had a chance show what we can do.” But I can assure that this team is determined and will fight to improve. 

Dallas brought the NFL’s highest-ranked offense to Kansas City. This could have been a threat to Patrick Mahomes or the 2020 Super Bowl champions. They didn’t. It’s not even close. The Cowboys logged 276 yards on 12 drives, well below their season averages despite a play-heavy game script. Kellen Moore’s offensive strategy was conservative and ineffective. It resulted in five tackles, three turnovers and just four points. An average of 3 yards per play and only 5-of-15 third down conversions.

The team also lost star wide receiver CeeDee lamb to a concussion. Running back Ezekiel Elliot was also hurt. This follows the inactive status of wide receiver Amari Cooper, left tackle Tyrone Smith (ankle), and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb. These are not excuses for Cowboys’ loss, according to Mike McCarthy, their head coach.

ESPN.com reports that McCarthy stated after the game that “we had a healthy 48 players available to play.” However, some of his players were unable or unwilling to take part in the game. This is the National Football League. This is how long a season can last. 

Prescott was without Cooper who is considered as his best weapon. The final play of the first period saw Lamb’s helmet smash into the end zone turf following a jump-ball attempt. The training staff and the second pass-catcher accompanied him as he left the field. He appeared confused and was quickly ruled out. Lamb may miss the Cowboys next game against Las Vegas on Thanksgiving Day because he has not completed the league’s concussion protocol. His spirits were high despite the fact that he suffered a brain injury. “I spoke to him.

He said he was fine. Prescott stated in his post-game press conference via ESPN’s Todd Archer that he would be fine. “I was unsure what was happening, but that’s just the nature of the situation.” It is important to keep moving forward and believe in the men you have. That’s exactly how I did it. He will be fine.

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