Colin Cowherd: “Dallas is the $ 50,000-a-year millionaire. He’s got a fancy car but if you follow him home he lives in a tiny apartment. A lot of flash, lot of splash, some ego… look closer. This was a classic Cowboys game—national TV, facing another big brand, in Lambeau, McCarthy coming home, had the lead, was theirs for the taking… and folded. This is why they haven’t had back-to-back double-digit winning seasons since 1996. It was all there for them and they lost it the way Dallas tends to lose games like this. Costly penalties and failure at quarterback in a high-leverage moment. Dallas allowed a wobbly Green Bay offense who didn’t have their best receiver to get over 200 yards rushing, 200 yards, passing, 35 minutes time of possession, and almost 50% on third downs. I just don’t trust Dallas in big spots. Third and fourth down for Dak [for his career] he’s only completing 43% of his throws. That is the worst since Tim Tebow has been in the league. The Cowboys in these games revert to a $ 50,000-a-year millionaire. Talk a big game and look flashy, but look under the hood. With Dallas it’s always quarterback, head coach, and culture— I just don’t trust them in big spots. A lot of games they look very impressive but that’s not how you win Super Bowls. The great quarterback on the road in a big TV game is going to make you look unprepared if you aren’t buttoned up. Once again in a big spot, an ‘L’ as the Giants and Eagles keep winning.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Colin Cowherd discuss the Cowboys’ Week 10 overtime loss to the Packers, as Colin says this latest nationally telecasted misfortune was the typical Dallas letdown we’ve become accustomed to for the last 25 years.
Check out the segment above as Colin details why he’s never going to trust the Cowboys in a big game.