Published: Thu, November 08, 2018
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gives his support to quarterback Dak Prescott

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gives his support to quarterback Dak Prescott

The Cowboys didn't make very good decisions at varying times throughout the game, as at one point Dak Prescott threw in double coverage in the end zone to Amari Cooper, and in the second half, the Cowboys went for a wide receiver pass from Cole Beasley to Prescott which failed as well.

Dak Prescott chose to give the ball right back to the Titans when he threw an interception in the end zone looking to get Cooper his second touchdown on the night.

Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys were one of the top teams in the National Football League just a few short seasons ago.

A lot of this game went more towards the negative for the Cowboys, with the team falling to 3-5 overall. Visit SportsLine now to see which side of Titans-Cowboys you need to jump on Monday, all from a renowned sportswriter who is 17-8 on Cowboys games.

The Dallas Morning News was first to report the likely timeline for Lee's absence. Anything less than a 6-2 finish would leave Garrett with three winning seasons, and two playoff appearances, in eight full seasons.


Cowboys: At Philadelphia next Sunday in the first meeting with the NFC East rival.

"Tonight's game did not - did not, I emphasize - impact my future look at Dak Prescott", Jones said after the game.

Prescott is under contract through 2019, but the Cowboys can begin negotiations on an extension after this season if they choose. There was a missed field goal before Cooper's TD, and Prescott's interception after that in their first home loss this season. No one knows the answer as of yet, but these six points could help them win the game in prime time.

Along with Cooper's debut, this was the first game for the Cowboys since offensive line coach Paul Alexander was sacked less than halfway into his first season with the team. "We've got to buckle down, lock arms and be together more than ever". The reality is the Titans have not really scared any teams with their pass rush all season long. "I was like, 'If we get to the 50, if we get enough guys to the 50, we are just going to start dancing on the star'".

Owner Jerry Jones, while confessing he was befuddled by Monday's loss to the Tennessee Titans coming out of a bye week, said he was disappointed his team looked exhausted and failed to deliver in the second half.

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