Jason Garrett shared his thoughts on another bad loss.
The Dallas Cowboys went into Chicago on Thursday night knowing their game with the Bears had a must-win feel to it.
And boy did they not go out there and play like it.
Dallas left town with a 31-24 loss, their third straight defeat, and it was never really as close as that final score might lead one to believe.
The Cowboys fell behind early after scoring on their first drive. They were outplayed in all facets of the game, and could only watch in the fourth quarter as Mitch Trubisky put the nail in their coffin with a 23-yard TD run through the heart of the defense in the fourth quarter.
The Cowboys played with very little heart, especially knowing that Jason Garrett’s job is pretty much on the line.
Garrett, however, though the team played “hard” and “fine” at some parts of the game but that they didn’t play well enough to win:
Here’s Garrett with more coach-speak about the loss and his team:
The first drive was great but the points put up in the fourth quarter by Dallas felt hollow, since the game was pretty much over.
Jerry Jones spoke to reporters in one of his patented impromptu press conferences but he didn’t say anything about Garrett’s job status. He ranted about how his team never had a chance and got run over, which was all true, and that they need to start winning games again.
The Cowboys are a mess right now but they’re somehow still atop the NFC East at 7-6.
But it feels like another lost season is staring them in the face.