People are still questioning why the Cowboys ran the ball with such little time left on the clock.
The Cowboys needed one more snap in order to try to win the game, but ultimately the decision to run cost them the playoff game. An official bumped into the lineman and was unable to spot the ball in time for a spike.
Watch the play unfold below:
Not an ending you see everyday 🤯pic.twitter.com/ie8HDTBwDZ
— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) January 17, 2022
Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy spoke with reporters on Wednesday about Dak Prescott’s infamous quarterback draw.
He said the Cowboys called a pass play but Prescott changed it to a run. Although McCarthy said he agreed with the decision from Prescott.
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Mike McCarthy said the threshold to run either a draw or quick throw was :13 seconds. Dak Prescott checked out of the throw to a draw. McCarthy said it was the right call. MM said Prescott did the right thing by handing the ball to his center.
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) January 19, 2022
McCarthy said Dak should have gone down after 10 yards.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said the change they would make on the last play would be for Dak Prescott to stop at 10 yards.
He said giving the ball to the center rather than the officials was not the problem. That was done right.
— Clarence Hill Jr (@clarencehilljr) January 19, 2022
Why is McCarthy even revealing Dak called the audible?
Makes you think he’s trying to casually pass the blame onto Dak.
The Cowboys are always the hottest of hot dumpster fires.