Cowboys Coaches Criticized and Display Humiliating loss Monday Night, 38-10
On a Monday night, the Dallas Cowboys showcased an ugly loss. The Cowboys faced off against the Arizona Cardinals and took the L, 38-10. This 28-point deficit tied for the third worst in the teams’ history for a Monday night game.
During the season, the Cowboys have been hurting themselves with many turnovers with four happening against Arizona allowing them to put up 24 points. For the season so far, Dallas has allowed their opponents 84 points from turnovers they have given. This is the most in the NFL organization.
A not so familiar face started this week as quarterback. This was Andy Dalton’s first game to start due to Dak’s injury and it is being looked at as a disappointment all around. Dalton completed the gamed with 266 passing yards, two interceptions and a touchdown.
Many believed Ezekiel Elliot would have a bigger presence with Prescott being gone, but Elliott only put up 49 rushing yards with two fumbles. Overall, Dallas finished the game with 344 yards of offense.
Before halftime, Dallas had the opportunity to finally get up on the board when Dalton threw a 16-yard pass to Michael Gallup in the end zone, but he unfortunately dropped the ball. This allowed Greg Zuelein to kick a field goal to give Dallas their first points.
With three minutes left in the game, Dallas was able to finally cross the goal line. The Cowboys are now 2-4 on the season, but somehow manage to hold the first place position in the NFC East.