Cowboys coach Jason Garrett was livid about his team’s dismal performance in the 23-6 loss to the 49ers on Sunday night, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
“It wasn’t very good on offense, it wasn’t very good on defense it wasn’t very good kicking game,” Garrett said. “It wasn’t good early, middle or late. It wasn’t a very good performance at all.”
arrett refused to blame the offensive problems on the absence of three starters on the offensive line and receiver Dez Bryant. It didn’t help that quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten played just one series.
“No excuses. We’re going to evaluate the game,” Garrett said. “When you’re out there you have a responsibility to play to a certain level. Period. The standard we set is high and we’re looking for guys to play to that standard.”
The Cowboys gave up four sacks, threw three interceptions, had a punt blocked and didn’t run the ball well.
“First series wasn’t very good. Second, third and fourth series weren’t very good,” Garrett said. “We turned the ball over on offense. We didn’t get any takeaways. Got a punt blocked. Weren’t consistent in our execution in any of the three phases.”