Herm Edwards and fans are going wild as the Cowboys “blame” Dak Prescott for the loss on Twitter.

Dallas Cowboys fans and even former NFL head coach Herm Edwards didn’t consider the team’s official Twitter account blaming Dak Prescott for their Divisional Round loss.

The Dallas Cowboys were once again left out of the playoffs as owner Jerry Jones’ quest for a fourth Super Bowl title continues. The Cowboys lost to the San Francisco 49ers 19-12 on Sunday.

Quarterback Dak Prescott was the main culprit in the team’s loss, as he had two interceptions and the offense couldn’t do much against the San Francisco defense. In fact, the team’s official Twitter account cited Prescott’s double substitution and “self-injury” as reasons for the loss.

That drew the ire of some Cowboys fans, in addition to former NFL head coach Herm Edwards, who took to the team’s social media account to blame Prescott and expressed disbelief.

Fans are tearing up the Cowboys’ Twitter account, blaming Dak Prescott for the loss in the Divisional round.

“Unfortunately, it happens when you really think about somebody in the organization, and you’re entitled to your opinion, but this thing is called a team,” Edwards said. “When you elect a certain person and you say you want them to take the blame, I personally don’t believe that. I don’t, I’m not built that way. There’s a bit of a problem with the Dallas Cowboys, it’s always someone else’s fault. Let me put the blame on one person because this is not about us as a football team. »

Now let’s look at the reactions of Cowboys fans and others who saw the team’s tweet, blaming Prescott.

Prescott advanced to the Divisional Round with an impressive performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In that game, Prescott completed 25 of 33 passing attempts for 305 yards and four touchdowns, while rushing for 24 yards and a touchdown on seven carries. He didn’t have the same success against the 49ers defense, which allowed the fewest yards and points per game in the regular season.

Cowboys offensive running back Tony Pollard suffered a sprained ankle and broken collarbone that required him to be carted off the football field and sidelined him for the rest of the game.

Prescott threw for 206 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions while completing 23 of 37 passing attempts for the loss.

After the game, Prescott said his play contributed to the loss. He said: “I have to be better. I don’t know any other way to say it. »

There are Cowboys fans who are done with Prescott as their starting quarterback, while others want to give him another chance. Dallas’ offseason will be one to watch especially to see if they make a big move to bolster their team.

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