The Dallas Cowboys had a home playoff game against the Green Bay Packers and have gone 12-5 the last three seasons. Dallas was steamrolled against Green Bay 48-32. The Cowboys have been first-rounded once again and haven’t been to the NFC Championship Game in almost three decades.
Dallas has to look themselves in the mirror and it will be interesting to see what moves owner Jerry Jones is going to make next. Green Bay Packers fans were enjoying this game big time on Twitter and Dallas Cowboys fans, not so much.
There were a ton of reactions throughout this football game. One of the biggest moments of the game was when Green Bay was up 20-0 in the second quarter and Dallas had the ball after the two-minute warning. On the first play after the two-minute warning, Dak Prescott was picked off and Darnell Savage returned it for a 64-yard touchdown to go up 27-0.
Dallas did score a touchdown before halftime, but they continued to get steamrolled in the second half. Green Bay’s biggest lead was 48-16.
Dallas Cowboys Fans React on Twitter To the Massive Beat Down Against the Green Bay Packers
Dallas fans were typing fast into their keyboards when things were going south for them against Green Bay. When the game was officially over, there were more reactions and Cowboys fans made some interesting comments on the team’s social media page.
— SportsGrid (@SportsGrid) January 15, 2024
Par for the course. I am so tired of this crap. Get a QB that can win when it matters. McCarthy isn’t the problem as much as the front office. As a fan we could see that this team was weak in terms of receivers, stopping the run, among others. Why is it so hard to figure out?
— The Daily Compost (@da67474809) January 15, 2024
Dallas is Green Bay’s home away from home. Packers are now 6-0 all-time when playing at AT&T Stadium:
🏈3-0 vs. the Cowboys in the regular season.
🏈2-0 vs. the Cowboys in the postseason.
🏈1-0 in the Super Bowl.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 15, 2024
What is interesting about these tweets is that there were a lot of tweets about people thinking that the Cowboys are going to fire Mike McCarthy as head coach and make Bill Belichick their next head coach. Belichick recently parted ways with the New England Patriots organization after being head coach with them for the last 24 years.
The Dallas Cowboys have a seed of doubt for the future after what the Green Bay Packers did to them. Green Bay and other fans across the league seem happy on Monday after beating Dallas except for Cowboys fans themselves.