The Cowboys’ loss to the 49ers in the NFC Wild Card round was a bitter end to a promising 2021 campaign loaded with Super Bowl aspirations. It still hurts days after the fact, especially with the 49ers moving on to the NFC Championship game.
With the pain of defeat not yet subsiding, Dak Prescott took to Twitter to state that Dak Prescott needs to take more accountability for the Cowboys’ offensive struggles and call up Tony Romo to help him read defesnes.
“Amari Cooper is far from the Problem in Dallas so let’s get that straight…” Bryant tweeted. “If you really want to keep it a buck…Dak need to call up Romo and talk about how to read Defenses so he can understand the D weaknesses on how to utilize his weapons in certain situations..”
“If you know football you know I’m not bashing..” the former All-Pro continued. Saying, “It’s too much talent in Dallas for them not to be playing yesterday or today….”
“Ben Franklin had a rule when he was down and low down and had to have setbacks, he took all the positives on the left side of the page and listed them, and all the negatives on the right,” Jones said Friday, January 21 on 105.3 The Fan, via Jori Epstein of USA Today. “If the left side was longer than the right, he walked out with a spark in his step and a smile. If the right side was longer, then he drank all day, let’s say. My point is, and I’m not trying to be any sort of way, I start right there with a big circle and a big plus.
“He has shown every time he’s ever gotten in a position, he’s shown he’s a winner in football. He has shown that every time he’s ever had a chance to. As you well know, especially at that point, it’s hard to pinpoint ‘the’ skill that makes it happen. It’s hard to pinpoint that. But Dak Prescott has the skill to make it happen. We’ve got skilled players. (Ezekiel) Elliott has the skills to make it happen. We’ve got the offensive line talent to make it happen. We’ve just got to get it right and going in the same direction.”
The once high-powered offense just wasn’t there when they needed it.