The Dallas Cowboys started the 2022 season with a disastrous 19-3 loss to Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dak Prescott will miss six to eight weeks due to injury.
Dez Bryant, a former Cowboys star, believes Prescott’s injury should be the end of their worries.
Bryant seems to be concerned about Cowboys’ practices during the week before practice. This is a direct reflection on Mike McCarthy, the head coach.
I have so much to say about the cowboys lost last night but I don’t need folks getting into their feelings about the truth but if I’m Jerry I’m taking the boys back to valley ranch to practice
— Dez Bryant (@DezBryant) September 12, 2022
“I have so much to say about the cowboys [loss] last night but I don’t need folks getting into their feelings about the truth but if I’m Jerry I’m taking the boys back to valley ranch to practice,” said Bryant.
Dez Bryant seems to think the Cowboys played a lazy game. This is not a good sign for Week 1. This is what all those training camp days are for.
The Cowboys are going to have a tough time from now on. Dallas will continue to play with Cooper Rush as its quarterback, Prescott being out of action.
Rush and the Cowboys will face the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.