The season for the Dallas Cowboys is once again over thanks to a postseason loss to the San Francisco 49ers; their Super Bowl drought has now reached 28 years.
Quarterback Dak Prescott had an especially rough evening, finishing the night completing 23 of 37 passes with one touchdown but two costly interceptions, validating concern over his performance thanks to his untimely turnover problem.
The good news is that Prescott took complete ownership for his poor performance and promised that his turnover problem would be fixed in the offseason. However, it appears as though the Cowboys themselves - or at least whoever runs their official Twitter account - isn't so sure.
The official Twitter account took aim at Prescott in a brutally honest post.
“Dak Prescott gave away the ball twice in the narrow loss to the 49ers, in a matchup the Cowboys had a chance to win if they didn’t again generate self-inflicted wounds,” the Twitter promotion read.
Prescott shouldered the blame for the loss and another early offseason on Sunday.
"Yeah, just disappointed," Prescott said. "Guys that played their asses off. Defense, who gave us an opportunity to win this game, who played hard against a really, really good offense, a really good team. And for us to only put up the points that we did, that's unacceptable, and it starts with me. I've got to be better. No other way to sugarcoat it."
"You can't have it when you're trying to beat a team like that. You can't have on the road. And yeah, no excuses for that. Those two were 100 percent on me."