Dak Prescott: “It’s frustrating, it’s shocking” how badly our offense is playing

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In Dak Prescott‘s last three games he has thrown zero touchdown passes and five interceptions, he has failed to pass for 200 yards, the Cowboys have failed to score 10 points, and the team is 0-3. Prescott can hardly believe it.

“It’s frustrating, it’s shocking,” Prescott said. “You look around and you see the Pro Bowlers and the talent that you have, it’s almost lost at words for why it’s happening. But it just shows you this game’s tough.”

Prescott doesn’t want to blame anyone in particular for the Cowboys’ struggles, although he did say that criticisms of the coaching staff are off base.

“Look into it deeper,” Prescott said. “You must not know much if you just point fingers at the coaching staff or point fingers at anybody, really. Then you don’t know enough. Just look into it more.”

Ezekiel Elliott‘s suspension and Tryon Smith’s injury are two obvious reasons for the Cowboys’ struggles, but whatever other issues they have, they’re running out of time to get them fixed.

98 responses to “Dak Prescott: “It’s frustrating, it’s shocking” how badly our offense is playing

  1. Not so shocking to anyone who actually understands football. You’re an average QB with some extraordinary pieces around you. 2 of those pieces i.e. O-lineman and running back get hurt and your mediocrity shines brilliantly.

  2. If you are a ‘football expert’ or ‘media pundit’ and have ever called Dak Prescott a great quarterback, just know you’ve proved to everyone you have no idea what you’re talking about. Real fans of this team realized there was a problem last year on TNF against Minnesota. Vikings had no business staying in that game. Dak couldn’t get it going because Zeke was neutralized by Minny’s run D. When it was up to #4 to make it happen, he couldn’t. His only real highlight was a bomb to Dez that he had to dive for. Should have been hit in stride for six. When surrounded by the right pieces and not having to do it all himself, Dak succeeds because he’s intelligent. But he can only make 85% of NFL throws and that just won’t cut it. Dallas should actively be looking for a replacement. YOU CANNOT COACH ACCURACY, and Dak’s is horrendous.

  3. You would think last year s “coach of the year” would be able to right the ship, especially with the amount of pro bowl players that are still available.
    But he was 4-12 two years ago, with plenty of pro bowl players.
    Maybe he’s just not that good.

  4. .
    Prescott sort of took the NFL by storm last season. However, the league’s mad scientists (defensive coordinators) had an entire offseason to conger up some plans to stop him. Plus, with each game this year opponents get the benefit of reviewing game film to see how others succeeded.
    .

  5. Um, let’s see; Dez is past his prime, your O-line is overrated, your coaches call the same five plays and no one gets open. Shall we move on to the defense? They can’t stop the run, their supposed best player is fragile, there’s no shutdown corner and the opposing quarterback knows your blitz packages pre-snap. Ok, how about your GM? There’s no depth to speak of, he hires people he’s “comfortable” with even though the game has passed them by and he kills your cap space by overpaying marginal players. Love ya, Dak, but even Tom Terrific couldn’t carry this team the way it’s currently run.

  6. Cmon man… how many NFL QBs that most term as ‘good’… look good because of the talented pieces around them?

    Try 100% of them. Some HOF QBs perhaps would not be with lesser pieces around them.

    Dak’s a good QB going through a funk. What even high quality QB hasn’t done than that?

    Garrett is a ‘yes man’ HC and is the reason he has the gig… that for sure I’ll agree with.

  7. I predicted this last year. Get rid of your starting quarterback after a flash in the pan backup comes in after the starter goes down with an injury. The backup has all of the talent around him but is just not that good and it will slowly start to show. This situation with Dak and Tony is the same situation with Alex Smith and Colon Kaepernick. Enjoy the slow ride back down to the bottom cowboys fans. Ask the 49er fans how they are doing while you’re there.

  8. Good thing you ran Tony Romo out of football Cowboy fans. You think the offense would be struggling this much if he was still there? There are some players who make the players around them better. Dak is the opposite. The players around him make him better. Last year sure looks like a fluke. Not sure why anyone is surprised. He wasn’t that good in college. Had one decent year. I’ve got no problem with the kid, i just don’t like it when every fan and “expert” annointed him the second coming .

  9. Dak has the same problem Brock Osweiller and Alex Smith have… he can’t throw to a WR unless they’re ‘wide open’.

    Dez Bryant has proven to be one the best weapons in the league and Dak can’t utilize him, because he’s afraid to throw a ’50/50′ ball…

    Dak is holding them back. I bet they wish Romo stuck around.

  10. again, the cowboys are still able to run the ball without zeke. They put up over 100 rushing yards against the #1 rushing defense. Dak is just a mediocre QB.

  11. Blame Jerry Jones and his collusion with Papa John as a distraction to the team. Jerry just needs to sit in his box and just be an “owner.”

  12. He’s a decent qb, but not an elite qb. Even w/o injuries his success is largely built upon defenses having to stop a powerful running game. Last year he had difficulty if he had to play catch up.

  13. IF ….. Penn State had beaten Ohio State and Michigan State (both last second losses) and gone on to be undefeated and won the national championship …. THEN …… James Franklin would be the Cowboys coach in 2018.

  14. It was hilarious to hear the talking heads say that the Cowboys would be fine without Elliot, saying that they have decent backups at RB as well as Dak & company.

    Reality: When Elliot plays the D has to crowd the box against the run. No Elliot, no 8 men in the box on D. Dak is finding that it is more difficult to play QB in the league when you have to read defenses and the safeties are actually back in coverage.

  15. Young man, one day, you will realize the opportunity that team blew last year. its just incredible the lack of playoff wins since Johnson left. truly shocking considering the talent on some of these teams. And it all boils don to lack of depth at every single position.

  16. He is what we thought he was…

    But seriously, good quarterbacks make the people around them better. He just doesn’t. And when Zeke comes back, he will face 8-9 against the run as Dez and Jason are zero threat. I have admired Witten kicking my teams butt for years. But his time was up 2 Yeatman s ago. Dez could play a couple more years if he actually played.

  17. A lot of Dak hate on the boards. The kid’s 24 years old. He’ll be fine. It’s time for the team of former head coaches and the figurehead coach to get their heads in the game. That’s the real issue. The armchair QBs need to take a breather. Seriously.

  18. Dak and Brady comparison is asinine. Brady came to a team that only asked him to be a smart game manager and won 3 SBs. Garrett is not even in Belichick’s universe when it comes to coaching. Dallas is missing important pieces on offense and defense, that’s their problem. Garrett is not Belichick who can take average players and still be very competitive.

  19. Uh, really Dak?? Last year he had the tutelage of a CLASSY Tony Romo! This year all he has is Garrett & Wilson, the same 2 coaches that could NOT coach 3 q/bs to win more than one game in 2015, when Tony broke his collarbone. I wonder if GARRETT is regretting throwing Romo under the bus, yet? 1/2 of that COTY trophy belongs to Tony Romo!!! JG overruled JJ on that one, and then, it was 3 and out 😦 Dak’s butt should have been benched, for a team built solely for Romo! As good as the O line was last year, Tony should have been fine, after he was healthy & far more adept at going toe-to-toe w/AR, using Dez. The whole things makes me ill, but I am not surprised…Tony is somewhere smiling 🙂

  20. Not so shocking to anyone who actually understands football. You’re an average QB with some extraordinary pieces around you. 2 of those pieces i.e. O-lineman and running back get hurt and your mediocrity shines brilliantly.
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    … and to add to this, teams now have a full year of film on you. This is why you can never really know how good a QB is in his rookie year. Vince Young also won the Offensive Rookie of the Year.

  21. “Look into it deeper,” Prescott said. “You must not know much if you just point fingers at the coaching staff or point fingers at anybody, really. Then you don’t know enough. Just look into it more.”

    So there’s a problem but the real problem is that people who are pointing fingers at the cause are ignorant? That’s Dak’s way of saying it’s Goodell’s fault.

  22. medialovesthecowboya

    At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

  23. I’m guessing many of the posters on this thread called Clowney a bust too. If only I were the expert you all appear to be.

    Dak is a good QB on a TEAM going through a tough time. Not a great QB but good enough. They’ll bounce back next year assuming “Zeke the Creep” keeps his hands to himself.

  24. Very easy to criticize since they have hit a rough patch -but when they were averaging 30+ they all knew what they were doing – easy to throw stones at the glass house…..I saw a statistic the other day but apparently no Dallas opponent has been called for a holding penalty in 33 straight quarters -don’t know if that stat is accurate but man these officiating crews hired by the NFL are all over it. For a such pitiful organization why is it valued over 5 billion -consistently is the highest rated game – whether it is on 1, 4 8:30 or Monday / Thursday night-the networks simply fight over themselves to have them televised – I am amazed at why a mediocre franchise is the NFL’s cash cow – if it wasn’t for the revenue sharing and taking a huge pie of the merchandise sold with Cowboy log then the bottom 10 NFL bottom feeders would be bankrupt

  25. One For The Thumb says:
    November 28, 2017 at 10:43 am
    It’s amazing how one off-season of film study by the leagues DC’s will expose a young QB.

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    Edit
    It’s amazing how one off-season of film study by the leagues DC’s will expose many young QB’s

    They had a full off-season to study Wentz and Goff as well

  26. Surprising to nobody else Dak.

    Fellow readers, I propose a thought experiment. Think back to the 80s or 90s in the NFL. How many “great” QBs could you expect to be successful every year in the NFL. 4? 5?

    Now think about the QBs of today, and gow many of them have been dubbed “great” or elite by the talking heads of the 24 hour noise machine? Guys have even half of a great season, and they are “great” or have “arrived.” Active players, who have had such said about them at one point:

    Brees/Brady/Rodgers
    Roethlisberger/Wilson/Matt Ryan/Eli Manning

    Those I consider to be the clear “top guys,” in two tiers; they have success every year. 7 of them, that’s a lot!

    But here we have the list of “great” QBs according to media types:

    Wentz
    Goff
    Kaepernick
    Carr
    Watson
    Mariota
    Winston
    Bridgewater
    Dak
    Stafford

    That’s 10! And I could go on, but I think my point is made. There is never going to be a world in which half or even a third of teams have a truly great QB. Yet to hear the media tell it, all these guys and more are “great.” So how about we go back to waiting a few years before anointing anyone, eh? I love the Seahawks and Russell Wilson but it wasn’t until this season that I was comfortable calling him “great” (and I’m sure many would disagree; I suggest you watch more of his games, as what he does is truly special and it is a shame you’re missing it). This insanity of declaring the Eagles and Rams as “legit” has got to stop. The same was said of these Cowboys last year, now look at them.

  27. One For The Thumb says:
    November 28, 2017 at 10:43 am

    It’s amazing how one off-season of film study by the leagues DC’s will expose a young QB.
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    So they have to resort to cheating.

  28. Let’s stop the BS and look at what’s happening: 1. The O line is not protecting Dak. 2. The break down forces Dak out of the pocket and he starts to run horizontally. 3. The run routs beak down and turn into “street football.” 4. Dak then tries to do too much. 5. Sometimes he’s successful with his runs, but as defenses catch on, things fall apart.

    The Dallas o line has to protect Dak. Check the Patriots. Dak has not yet learned to step up into the pocket. If the protection is there he’ll learn how to do it and gain confidence and run only when he HAS too. Dallas ABANDONS it’s game plan too quickly. It’s not Zek’s absents as Dallas has 2 very capable back-ups. Now, chaos and disarray sets in.

  29. Medialovesthecowboys

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    At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

  30. Cmon man… how many NFL QBs that most term as ‘good’… look good because of the talented pieces around them?

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    Russell Wilson says hi. The Seahawks are 7-4 only because of Russell. OL terrible…running game beyond terrible…offensive coordinator terrible. Defense all hurt and hanging on…

    Still, Russell wins games. I hope Pete Carroll thanked Whoever for Russell Wilson during Thanksgiving dinner because without Russell, Pete would be in a world of hurt.

    I look around the league every Sunday and I have to say you’re right for the most part. Good quarterbacks absolutely need quality pieces around them to shine. Unless you’re Russell Wilson…apparently then you can just do it all yourself if you absolutely have to.

    He’s probably not going to win it but by the pure definition of the term I would say Russell Wilson is the NFL MVP.

  31. Obviously, most of you Cowboy haters were just salivating waiting for Dak to “fall off”. The young guy is just going thru growing pains of what it’s like not having a decent coaching staff or consistent supporting pieces around him. He’s forcing things because No one is getting separation on routes. No quarterback has done it by himself,EVER. Everyone wants to crown Wentz for having half a good season. You must have selective amnesia about last year when he looked not so great without a supporting cast (multiple sacks, int’s, etc). Now the roles are reversed this year. Wentz is”ballin'” now that he has a supporting cast… On both sides of the ball. You’re only fooling yourself and the other Dak/Cowboy haters when you talk nonsense. Real football fans who KNOW the game and not just team haters know what’s up. The intelligent football folks don’t believe and laugh at it. Dak will be fine and I look forward to this NFC East rivalry for years to come.

  32. I love reading nonsense from hater trolls. The best comments are the ones that make outrageous conclusions based solely on a small sample size, while completely ignoring facts and figures that would not only refute their assertion but would prove their “analysis”, to be indefensiblly idiotic.

  33. Jones will never get that elusive 4th ring until he swallows his pride and steps aside to allow a real GM to run his team. He’s not getting any younger, so the longer he waits, the less realistic this is.

    What does it say about the job you’re doing as GM when one key personnel loss on each side of the ball renders your team completely non-competitive?

  34. Said it last year when they pushed Tony out. They are going to regret it. They somehow convinced themselves to trade a Franchise QB for a flash in the pan system QB that needs things to be nearly perfect around him to be successful. Things are rarely good around a QB, let alone perfect, in the NFL. A healthy Romo behind that line and running game last year and the NFC has a different team representing in the SB and maybe winning it.

    Dallas fans and visual click bait TV personalities, talking heads, were calling Dak the next coming and a top 10 QB. Not being a Dallas fan allows me to laugh at their arrogance and stupidity.

  35. It is amazing Garrett has more coach of year than belichek in last 5 years. Good coaches can hide flaws. Only flaw you cannot hide is yourself and your owner

  36. He’s had a couple bad games. He’s still a good quarterback. Not great yet, but very good. People forget that it’s only his second year. He proved that, when surrounded with talent, he can be a “very” good quarterback. He’s obviously not at a point where he’s good enough to carry a team, but most quarterbacks not named Brady or Rodgers are. And this is coming from an Eagles fan!

  37. aj66shanghai says:
    November 28, 2017 at 11:31 am
    Surprising to nobody else Dak.

    Fellow readers, I propose a thought experiment. Think back to the 80s or 90s in the NFL. How many “great” QBs could you expect to be successful every year in the NFL. 4? 5?

    Now think about the QBs of today, and gow many of them have been dubbed “great” or elite by the talking heads of the 24 hour noise machine? Guys have even half of a great season, and they are “great” or have “arrived.” Active players, who have had such said about them at one point:

    Brees/Brady/Rodgers
    Roethlisberger/Wilson/Matt Ryan/Eli Manning

    Those I consider to be the clear “top guys,” in two tiers; they have success every year. 7 of them, that’s a lot!

    But here we have the list of “great” QBs according to media types:

    Wentz
    Goff
    Kaepernick
    Carr
    Watson
    Mariota
    Winston
    Bridgewater
    Dak
    Stafford

    That’s 10! And I could go on, but I think my point is made. There is never going to be a world in which half or even a third of teams have a truly great QB. Yet to hear the media tell it, all these guys and more are “great.” So how about we go back to waiting a few years before anointing anyone, eh? I love the Seahawks and Russell Wilson but it wasn’t until this season that I was comfortable calling him “great” (and I’m sure many would disagree; I suggest you watch more of his games, as what he does is truly special and it is a shame you’re missing it). This insanity of declaring the Eagles and Rams as “legit” has got to stop. The same was said of these Cowboys last year, now look at them.

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    Bridgewater…..great? Please child….

  38. Dak is good not great. And at this point in his career there is nothing wrong with that. He’s proven with the right piece (Zeke) around him he can win football games at a high rate in this league. But y’all act like Zeke’s 6 game vacation is permanent. He’ll be back and as long as he’s there Dak will look like a great QB.

    Cowboys Offensive PPG with Zeke this year: 19, 17, 28, 30, 31, 40, 33, 28 (28.25 PPG Average)

    Cowboys Offensive PPG without Zeke this year: 7, 9, 6 (7.33PPG Average)

    Those numbers tell me everything I need to know.

    I agree Dak can’t throw any WRs open, which is a skill of an elite QB. It’s why Dez has been terrible statistically since Dak became the starter. He thrived on Romo putting the ball only in the spot where he could get it, and at the right time. I’ve always thought Aaron Rodgers was the best at throwing WRs open. The ball placement and timing on his throws to Jordy are incredible, and he makes it look routine.

    Also, I agree Russell Wilson really became a great QB the last 2 seasons. He’s always had a top 5 defense, and when you can win games scoring only 20 points it helps an offense ou immensely. But what he’s been doing the last year and a half has been elite.

    All that said, Zeke will be back and, therefore, Dak will bounce back. And then, after the Cowboys make a return to the playoffs next year (because NFL ratings will go down if Cowboys games aren’t enticing to watch), you all will be arguing about how Zeke shouldn’t be MVP because Dak brings so much to the offense with his composure (not turning the ball over); and that the O-Line is really the reason Zeke is successful and not the MVP (oh how we forget Tyron Smith also missed 3 games last year yet the offense didn’t miss a beat without him and the Cowboys went 13-3).

    Love him, hate him, call him what you want, Zeke is one of the most valuable players to his team in the entire NFL. What he does, not only for the offense, but the defense and team as a whole has a much larger impact than almost any other player.

  39. sportoficionado says:
    November 28, 2017 at 11:46 am
    I love reading nonsense from hater trolls. The best comments are the ones that make outrageous conclusions based solely on a small sample size, while completely ignoring facts and figures that would not only refute their assertion but would prove their “analysis”, to be indefensiblly idiotic.

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    You mean samples like 0 TDs vs 5 Ints?

  40. This just goes to show that, contrary to popular belief on PFT, you can’t just plug and play any running back. A very good running back is a valuable commodity on the field and is not a dead position. Now you know why Jones is fighting so hard for Zeke and excusing all his assaults and other issues. This is Affluenza football style.

  41. Dak has great accuracy when he rolls out and only has to scan half the field but when you take that away, he is a horrible pocket passer. He isn’t accurate in the pocket, nor does he go through his reads quickly enough.

    You can see it with the Chargers and Eagles games. Defenses aren’t letting him do it. Last year he would fake a handoff to Zeke and roll out for the big pass play. This year teams are waiting for him when he tries that naked bootleg and are pounding him.

  42. No realistic run game threat, more defenders available to defend the pass, less effective play action plays, injured/less effective O-line, fewer open receivers, QB with known accuracy issues, and the result is mediocre offense. Not a difficult concept.

  43. Hey Dak Prescott: “It’s amusing, it’s hilarious” how badly your offense is playing.

    One Hit Wonder.

  44. All the kid said was frustrating and shocking. Lots of posters writing “I said it last year” or “I predicted this” and other I-told-you-so comments. You need to go help Cleveland with your amazing psychic skills. The rest of us will just sit in awe of your brilliance.

  45. “You must not know much if you just point fingers at the coaching staff or point fingers at anybody, really. Then you don’t know enough. Just look into it more.”

    Wow. I thought better of Dak than this.

    First, I’m shocked at how poor the Cowboys are playing without Zeke. I didn’t believe the talking heads.

    But more importantly than that, Dak is literally saying if we’re pointing fingers then we don’t know enough… yet we’re supposed to look into it more. Exactly what are we supposed to look into MORE and after we do, are we still not allowed to play the blame game? This is such typical deflection of responsibility that is way too popular right now…

  46. One For The Thumb says:
    November 28, 2017 at 11:54 am

    What does it say about the job you’re doing as GM when one key personnel loss on each side of the ball renders your team completely non-competitive?
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    It says you are doing better than the GM in Green Bay, who lost a key person on only one side of the ball.

  47. I love how all of the Cowboys fans talk about how hard eagles fans come down on their players. And here we have a situation in which up until about a month ago, Dak Prescott was the greatest thing since sliced bread. The guy has 3 bad games and now he’s worthless and everyone wants Romo back. It’s priceless.

  48. thejimmyshoes says:

    Good thing you ran Tony Romo out of football Cowboy fans.
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    Do tell, how did we do that?

  49. Two second-year quarterbacks. Both of them lost their leading rusher. Both of them lost their best blocker. One is 10-1 and the other one is not.

    I said this here last year and got killed for it- even last year, when Dak was looking great, 32 out of 32 NFL general managers STILL would have taken Carson Wentz over him. It was true then and it’s true now.

  50. Well he did lose his left tackle for a couple of games, middle linebacker and #1 running back. So I can see why the Cowboys a slipping in mediocrity. Hmmmm Isn’t there another team that lost all those pieces to season ending injuries and continue to win???

  51. Captain of defense on IR. Two starting wide receivers on IR, and another out with injury. One starting tackle out, and last two weeks someone who never played center or even started an NFL game played center.

    Next opponent up.

  52. lukedunphysscienceproject says:
    November 28, 2017 at 2:18 pm
    Two second-year quarterbacks. Both of them lost their leading rusher. Both of them lost their best blocker. One is 10-1 and the other one is not.

    I said this here last year and got killed for it- even last year, when Dak was looking great, 32 out of 32 NFL general managers STILL would have taken Carson Wentz over him. It was true then and it’s true now.
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    And one Defense that is ranked #3 against the run and #6 overall, not only in yards but PPG allowed. The other Defense is ranked #22 overall and #24 in PPG allowed. Yes, the former would be the Eagles; the latter is the Cowboys. So you’re misguided attempt at explanation lacks logic and data to support your assertion, sport.

    As another poster said, Wentz has some good pieces around him now and he is making some very nice plays. Dak is struggling but to some degree that can be blamed on missing a 1st Team All-Pro LT in 2-3 games, as well as a coaching staff that refuses to make adjustments and is as predictable as Three’s Company re-runs.

  53. Not that shocking when your D still blows which doesn’t help you out, and Goodell just cheated by framing and defaming Elliott, the latter the bulk of what your offense represents as you’re only a run based QB, not a pass-first QB.

    I warned of this. Prescott is good, maybe can be a Russell Wilson, but as you can see, Wilson must have a top flight run game, too.

    Lobbing balls downfield hoping for jump balls or PI calls, can’t be a part of your offense.

  54. Just shows how much hype the QB position got. When circumstances changed that same QB looks very bad. What’s amazing is the homers are still raving about him on the telecasts.

  55. Cowboys fan here and I told everyone to pump the breaks on this kid but Cowboys fans and the media wanted to put this kid in the HOF after 1 season and put Romo out to pasture. His deficiencies are being exploited. He is not accurate, he doesn’t feel pressure well, he has no pocket presence, no deep ball at all, and he needs to take some accountability for his poor play. Without Zeke, this kid is lost. I have always been a Romo fan and wasn’t thrilled last season. Dak is a game manager, he doesn’t do anything special really.

  56. Lobbing balls downfield hoping for jump balls or PI calls, can’t be a part of your offense.
    =====

    Well, it hasn’t been viable since Randy Moss retired anyway….

  57. sportoficionado says:
    November 28, 2017 at 11:21 am
    medialovesthecowboys says:
    November 28, 2017 at 10:27 am
    If you are a ‘football expert’ or ‘media pundit’ and have ever called Dak Prescott a great quarterback, just know you’ve proved to everyone you have no idea what you’re talking about. Real fans of this team realized there was a problem last year on TNF against Minnesota. Vikings had no business staying in that game. Dak couldn’t get it going because Zeke was neutralized by Minny’s run D. When it was up to #4 to make it happen, he couldn’t. His only real highlight was a bomb to Dez that he had to dive for. Should have been hit in stride for six. When surrounded by the right pieces and not having to do it all himself, Dak succeeds because he’s intelligent. But he can only make 85% of NFL throws and that just won’t cut it. Dallas should actively be looking for a replacement. YOU CANNOT COACH ACCURACY, and Dak’s is horrendous.

    229 38 Rate This

    At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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    Medialovesthecowboys made multiple good points and showed an in-depth prospective of the cowboys offense. You are angry because he said something bad about your cowboys and now you want to take your ball and go home.

  58. Dez plays when he feels like it.

    Dak can’t handle a pass rush and is ineffective without the distraction of the bearded woman abuser.

    And they don’t have a head coach.

    And their owner is a yutz.

    ‘Nuff said.

  59. Who knew that Cowboys fans would suddenly have such love for “OH NO!!” Romo, the king of the December/January flop? I’ve rarely seen a “big time” quarterback with such a penchant for That One Mistake.

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