With two times to believe about his phrases, Dak Prescott has apologized for praising Cowboys supporters who threw debris at the officers right after Sunday’s loss to the 49ers.
“I deeply regret the reviews I made pertaining to the officers right after the game on Sunday,” the Cowboys quarterback tweeted on Tuesday. “I was caught up in the emotion of a disappointing loss and my phrases were uncalled for and unfair.
“I maintain the NFL Officials in the highest regard and have always highly regarded their professionalism and the issues of their work. The protection of everyone who attends a game or participates on the area of a sporting function is a quite significant subject. That was a slip-up on my behalf, and I am sorry.”
Just after the loss on Sunday, Prescott originally took issue with supporters throwing debris on the area.
“For folks to react that way when you’re meant to be a supporter and be with us by way of thick and thin, which is hard,” Prescott explained.
However, right after a reporter clarified that the supporters were throwing objects at the officers, he did an about-deal with.
“Credit to them, then,” Prescott explained.
Cowboys supporters and players were upset that an official impeded the Cowboys from finding a shot at the close zone right after a Prescott quarterback scramble across the middle of the area with fourteen seconds remaining. The ball never ever obtained set in time, and ahead of they could snap the ball, time expired and the Niners had received the ballgame.