Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott turned a number of heads Sunday when he supplied his assist for fans who threw trash at officers as they ran off the sector following Dallas’s controversial 23-17 loss to the 49ers.
The Cowboys had an opportunity to drive down the sector and win the sport within the last minute. With 14 seconds left, no timeouts and the ball on San Francisco’s 41-yard line, Prescott ran a quarterback draw to the 24-yard line. After the run, Prescott received up and handed the ball to his middle, as the remainder of the offense hurried to spike the ball. However by rule, the referee should contact and spot the ball earlier than the following play can start. Because the umpire ran from behind the play to take action, he collided with Prescott and the offensive line, delaying his recognizing of the ball. Time ran out earlier than Prescott might get an opportunity to kill the clock, ending the sport.
In his post-game press convention, Prescott was requested about fans throwing trash onto the sector as gamers and officers headed for the locker room. He initially expressed disappointment that fans would throw trash at their very own workforce’s gamers. When he was informed they had been throwing particles on the officers, nevertheless, he mentioned, “Credit score to them then.”
Unsurprisingly, the NFL world had a number of ideas on Prescott’s feedback advocating for violence towards referees. Take a look at a few of the standouts under.
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