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 coach has been supportive of quarterback Prescott and his work ethic throughout the past two up-and-down seasons. "Obviously you want to cash in right there" Coach Garrett stated after the game when asked if that interception killed the team's momentum.

Kevin Byard secured the interception that sparked the sluggish Tennessee Titans and turned toward midfield. Prescott was 21 of 31 for 243 yards and two scores - 4 yards to Cooper and 23 yards to Allen Hurns. This win by the Titans (4-4) ended their three-game losing streak while handing the Cowboys (3-5) their first loss in four home games and making their road to the playoffs a hard one. "Unfortunately, he didn't make those decisions". With that being said, Jurrell Casey, Austin Johnson and the entire front seven of the Titans must fill the gaps and stay in their lanes against the run Monday night.

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Mariota broke a 14-14 tie in the third quarter when he pulled the ball out of Lewis' gut at the last second and delivered a 7-yard shovel pass to Jonnu Smith to put the Titans ahead for good. "I didn't think there would be enough to impact the game the way it did, and the way it did with Dak". And really just to show the team we are not scared. "Obviously, they kept converting third downs". In addition to hamstring strains, he has missed time with wrist, toe, neck and knee injuries and one game with a concussion. Garrett didn't have much information on the injury on Tuesday, so he declined to speculate on Williams's availability nor who would replace him if he can't play at Philadelphia. Offensively the running game was there, where Zeke picked up around 26 yards alone on his first three carries. The Cowboys have struggled to consistently move the ball this year, with no receiver managing to record more than 40 catches or 350 total yards through seven games. Coming off of a bi-week with a new offensive threat in Amari Cooper, Dallas were obvious favorites. Those seem like the numbers of an efficient offensive game, especially since Dallas benefitted from two fumble recoveries on the Titans' end of the field. What Jones did not say was what kind of extension he would be willing to give Prescott.

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