Dallas Cowboys “pissed off” after loss to Chiefs

The Cowboys didn't mince words after their disappointing setback.

Michael Whitaker
Dallas Cowboys “pissed off” after loss to Chiefs

The Dallas Cowboys weren't able to get it done yesterday at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City last night, as the Chiefs claimed down on their offensive attack and limited them to only nine points on the evening in a 19-9 final score. 

Quarterback Dak Prescott didn't mince words following the loss. 

“Never discouraged,” Prescott added. “But pissed off for sure.”

The Cowboys, who led the NFL in points per game entering Sunday, never got off the ground. Defensive tackle Chris Jones amassed 3 1/2 sacks along with a fumble recovery, frustrating Dallas.

“Our offense didn’t hold up our end of the bargain,” said Cowboys right guard Zack Martin. “It was almost like, ‘Hey, we were right there, get a score and we’re in this thing and we’ll go down the stretch.’

“I think if you would have told us that our defense held them to 19 points, we would have felt pretty damn good about that.”

However, don't expect the Cowboys to be feeling down about themselves. They may be disappointed in the setback, but aren't forgetting their goals in front of them.

“We didn’t win the game,” head coach Mike McCarthy said. But “by no means do we feel less of who we are as a football team. Let’s make that clear." 

Of course, the Cowboys will have a chance to get right back at it on Thanksgiving as they host the Las Vegas Raiders at AT&T Stadium on Thursday afternoon. 

“I’m never worried about how this team’s going to respond,” Prescott said. “As long as I’m a part of this team, quarterback of this offense, that’s the least of my worries is how we’re going to respond.

“This is a resilient bunch. These guys in their atmosphere got the best of us tonight. It’s part of the game.

“We’ll be better because of it.”