It felt inevitable that if Dak Prescott ever struggled while returning from injury, the calls for the Cooper Rush would increase exponentially. … at least from that part of the audience who really don’t understand football.
Enters Skip Bayless – “The Human Hemorroid”, as Mike Fisher (who has known Bayless for 32 years) calls him — who made a television career out of pretending to be a Cowboys “fan”, “expert” and “insider”.
and yes, After losing 31-28 to the Green Bay Packers in overtimeembarrassing FS1 Skip Bayless tries to lead the charge to get Rush to replace Prescott for the Cowboys.
“You can’t be trusted Mine boss or Mine Quarterbacks with great games on the line,” Bayliss said Undisputed, stressing “Baladi” as part of his fraudulent attempt to fake his connection to the team. “I told you this game in the end would be all about Duck Prescott. It would be his game to lose and it was ever so.”
While the Cowboys lost to the struggling PackersPrescott was far from the only cause of the loss. Prescott completed 27 of 46 passes for 265 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions.
Despite this, though, Bayliss claimed he had more faith in Rush and the fact that he went 4-1 as a starter while Prescott was injured.
“The bar is set much higher for Duck because of what Cooper Rush did, he saved the Cowboys season,” said Bayliss. “In the biggest matches, Duck doesn’t show up very often.”
“I’ll give you maybe a couple of games where he excelled in a big game, but I see that a lot more often with Cooper Rush. Yesterday I missed Cooper Rush.”
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yes, Prescott looked rusty at times on his return from injurybut there’s no reason to think he’ll be sued anytime soon for Rush, no matter how much of a rant Bayless demands.
As Prescott goes, so does the Cowboys offense, and he’s shown throughout his career that when he’s at it the Cowboys offense can be one of the best in the NFL.
And one more thing that “has been shown throughout his career”: Bayliss sometimes deceives people by clinging to the most attention, choosing the opposite side. So, as with LeBron James and the Lakers in the NBA, he repackages himself as a cowboy hater or cowboy lover depending on which angle can fool his eyeballs at viewing.
The Cowboys are not foolish enough to think that Rush is superior to Prescott. And as for Bellis’ “covering” of the cowboys – it’s relegated to his skepticism of Tom Landry’s faith, questioning Troy Aikman’s sexuality and Attacking Prescott for his “poor” mental health – I hope Cowboys fans aren’t fools either.
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