Despite a few good plays Dallas Cowboys lost 38-10 to Arizona Cardinals on October 19, 2020. Cowboys Quarterback Andy Dalton admitted that they had lost their rhythm and said, “We’ve got to get this fixed.” Despite throwing for 266 yards, two interceptions and a touchdown, the Cowboys faced defeat. He admitted that the team was hurting itself with turnovers and they had to get that fixed. He also acknowledged that handing over the ball to the other team compounded their losses and this had to be prevented at all costs. He spoke of areas where they had to improve and that each team mate had to make an effort to improve.
Andy Dalton said that he had to improve his personal performance as a quarterback to give his team members a chance to score. He said that he would self critic and watch the film to improve. He said that he would check out what he would do to make him a better player so that they could win more games and give them a chance. Although he felt good that the Dallas Cowboys were in First Place, he also felt that they had room for improvement.
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