Dak Prescott fires back at Kamu Grugier-Hill

Carrie Guzman
December 8, 2018

He stood up to the cameras and the reporters for a few minutes and answered every question, saying that he apologized to head coach Doug Pederson "because obviously I put him in a tough spot". But, yes, Eagles fans will point out the Cowboys' most recent title came in 1995, with no NFC Championship Game appearances since, and Philadelphia is the reigning Super Bowl champion.

They clearly didn't like being called "chokers" by Grugier-Hill, and Dak Prescott, Antwaun Woods and Jaylon Smith made that very clear in their responses. If the Eagles lose, they'll be two games out of first place with four to go, and the Cowboys will own the tiebreaker because of head-to-head record. "They know what type of game this is, and it just comes down to us versus them and vice versa and back and forth".

Grugier-Hill, feeling the spirit of the rivalry, repeatedly expressed his confidence in the team.

"I talk to the team a lot about how we don't need to post anything that can be used on other teams' website or bulletin board", Pederson said.

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But just when it seemed they were getting into their stride Liverpool were hit with the sucker punch. "Just be careful. That was also the last time Liverpool started without any of Salah and Firmino and Sadio Mane , who was out injured.

"It's just a big week", he said. With the amount of media attention that everybody gets and social media, it's a firestorm and players are going to see it. We still have to go play.

When asked if he had heard Grugier-Hill's remarks, Prescott initially responded: "Who?"

"Coach [Jason] Garrett has a great saying, and I don't know where he got it from, but, 'Winners worry about winning and losers worry about winners, '" Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott said.

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