Sunday afternoon was not a good day for Dak Prescott or the Dallas Cowboys.
Arrowhead Stadium saw the Cowboys lose 19-9 to the Kansas City Chiefs. Dallas was without Tyron Smith, Amari Cooper and CeeDee lamb for most of the game.
Prescott and Co. couldn’t get much going offensively. The Cowboys repeatedly turned the ball over and failed to get to the end zone.
With Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, their season record fell to 7-3. Prescott however isn’t losing his confidence for the future.
Dak Prescott: “This is a resilient team that is going to continue to fight. I’ll promise you that. … There are no worries or discouragement about what our future holds.” pic.twitter.com/N77AKdg3ip
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 22, 2021
“This is a strong team that will continue to fight. Prescott assured reporters that he would. “There is no reason to be discouraged or worried about the future.”
The Cowboys have a very short week so they will be able to rebound quickly.
Las Vegas will be taking on Dallas on Thanksgiving Day.
Kickoff between Raiders and Cowboys is set for 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time.