Fans react to Cowboys’ brutal loss in Week 18


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The Dallas Cowboys entered Week 18 with a chance to win the NFC East and earn the number one seed.

But, they couldn’t have looked more demotivated in the season finale.

The Cowboys went to Washington and were punished for four quarters.

Lose the match by a score of 26-6.

It started on their first practice of the game when punter Bryan Anger dropped the ball on a punt attempt.

It resulted in a Washington touchdown and they never gave up the lead again.

It was the Cowboys’ worst offensive performance of the season, which is the last thing they wanted to see.

Dallas had a terrible game plan, it seemed like they were just going through the motions.

Offensive coordinator Kellen Moore also deserves a lot of blame for this game.

Although the Cowboys averaged about two yards per carry, Moore continued to call runs on 1st/2nd and 10.

Setting up the offense for the third and long tires they failed to convert throughout the game.

It was one of the main reasons for their 10 three-and-outs in the game.

It was also quarterback Dak Prescott’s worst game of the season.

He looked nothing like the player we’ve seen since returning from injury in Week 7.

Prescott completed just 14 of 37 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown.

He also threw another interception in what is now his seventh consecutive game.

Despite the abysmal performance in that game, the Cowboys still locked down the fifth seed in the NFC playoffs.

That means they’ll hit the road to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week.

Dallas hasn’t lost straight all season, so they’re hoping to carry that momentum into the playoffs.

But, they will have to play much better in all three phases if they want to have a chance of passing the first round.




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