Dak Prescott Gives ‘Credit’ To Cowboys Fans Who Threw Trash at Refs

The Cowboys had another disappointing season.

And their fanbase showed their true colors following their loss.

After the game, fans at AT&T Stadium threw debris at the officials as they were leaving the field. Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott didn’t seem to think that was a problem after learning the trash was aimed at the officials and not the Cowboys.

“Credit to them,” he said, according to Dallas Morning News reporter Michael Gehlken.

“The fans felt the same way as us,” Prescott added, according to Gehlken. “I guess that’s why the refs took off and got out of there so fast. I think everybody is upset with the way this thing played out.”

Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy also took a shot at the officiating, saying he felt they were standing over the ball too much, according to The Washington Post’s Sam Fortier.

“I thought they would let these teams play today, but that’s for them to answer,” McCarthy said, per Fortier.

An official kept the Cowboys from snapping the ball until the 49ers had time to make substitutions, and by the time he stepped out, time had run out on the play clock and the Cowboys were flagged for delay of game.

The second incident came at the end of the game, after Prescott ran a quarterback draw that began with 14 seconds left.

Watch below:

Sometimes that’s the way the cookie crumbles.

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