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Tyrone Crawford really wants the world to stop talking about the Cowboys offense

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Does Tyrone have a point?

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The Dallas Cowboys scored 40 points against the Jacksonville Jaguars. This sentence was born on Sunday, October 14th, 2018. Seriously.

Football fans everywhere reacted wildly when the Cowboys absolutely demolished what many believed to be the best defense in the NFL as they got back to .500. It was beyond impressive and much-needed considering the negative energy surrounding the offense lately.

To say Dallas has been bad on offense so far this season would be putting things as nice as possible. They’ve been unable to score and unable to move the ball so much so that their ability to gain even a single yard was doubted a week ago in Houston. Perhaps all of the talk about them should end though, at least according to what might be the real best defense in the NFL.

As Tyrone Crawford exited the field and headed for the Cowboys locker room he had a comment that was, um, a little pointed. He’s seemingly well aware that the team’s offense has been the subject of ridicule and he really wants it to stop.

This post contains NSWF language. We don’t typically post stuff like this, but it exhibits Tyrone’s emotions in the immediate fallout of the win. Please keep all responses and interactions here respectful.

Dallas scored 40 points, had 378 total yards of offense, and Cole Beasley became the team’s first 100-yard receiver since dinosaurs roamed the earth. Their offense had a performance like we haven’t seen in some time and definitely earned some slack from folks.

Do you think Tyrone is fair? Is the Cowboys offense back? Or do we need to see more?