in

Dallas Cowboys ripped apart again in loss to Cleveland Browns

ARLINGTON, Texas — Jerry Jones, and Cowboys fans, were desperate for a change from the Jason Garrett regime.

On Sunday at AT&T Stadium, Mike McCarthy distinguished himself from his predecessor.

Jason Garrett’s Cowboys, in nine full seasons, never opened a season 1-3. But the Cowboys fell to that mark—and are a miraculous onside kick away from 0-4—for the first time since 2010. The Browns traveled down to North Texas and thoroughly exposed a Cowboys team that had already spouted leaks.

Cleveland exploded for a 49-38 win to improve to 3-1.

A Cowboys offensive line that hasn’t compensated for the losses of center Travis Frederick (retired) and right tackle La’el Collins (season-ending hip surgery) met Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, who sacked Prescott for a loss of 11 on the second play of the game and strip-sacked the quarterback in the second quarter, the first of two consecutive Dallas fumbles off which Cleveland scored touchdowns.

A Cowboys defense that has acknowledged its struggles with discipline, communication and missed assignments ceded a pair of first-half touchdowns to Odell Beckham Jr. Credit fellow receiver Jarvis Landry, who tossed a 37-yard scoring strike to Beckham for the Browns’ first points.



[

Read more

What do you think?

Written by Tom

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Watch highlights of the Week 4 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the Dallas Cowboys.

Outside of Tennessee, NFL sees no new positive COVID-19 cases on Sunday, per report

Outside of Tennessee, NFL sees no new positive COVID-19 cases on Sunday, per report