Mike McCarthy expected a different response from his team after Dalton left the game late in the 3rd quarter.
Head coach Mike McCarthy shared his failure in the group on Sunday for their absence of reprisal to a grimy hit on quarterback Andy Dalton late in the second from last quarter which would see him miss the remainder of the games.
“We talk constantly about playing for each other, regarding each other,” Mike McCarthy told columnists following Dallas’ victory misfortune against the Washington Football Team.
Washington linebacker Jon Bostic was shot out after he dropped his shoulder for a late hit on Dalton, who was mid-slide. The tackle brought about Dalton’s head protector falling off – he was in the long run accompanied off the field and would not return.
Be that as it may, not a solitary clash broke out on the field. The Cowboys stayed calm as Ben DiNucci, a freshman from James Madison, made advances on supplanting Dalton.
Cowboys’ running back Ezekial Elliot endeavored to guard his group against the analysis, telling ProFootballTalk after the game that while it’s a “reasonable” evaluation to make, “you must be cautious. … We must figure out how to not go too far, yet we’ve actually had the opportunity to ensure our folks.”
The thought was that in the wake of losing star quarterback Dak Prescott for the remainder of the period following a genuine leg injury in Week 5, the Cowboys would be offended by the chance of losing Dalton as well however reports have demonstrated a solid separate inside the group, starting with the coaching staff.
Reports surfaced after a victory misfortune against the Arizona Cardinals a week ago that players felt the coaches were “absolutely ill-equipped” and “simply aren’t acceptable at their positions.”
At 2-5, the Cowboys will take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday as Washington pushes ahead with Bostic, who isn’t required to be suspended for the hit.