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"I've just have to throw it out of the back of the end zone at that point". "I felt good going into this one and to come out with this loss to be 3-5 is very disappointing".

The Titans (4-4) stopped a three-game losing streak while handing the Cowboys (3-5) their first loss in four home games and giving Dallas a hard road to recovery for the playoffs. The Cowboys were completely outcoached Monday's night game.

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"That was the difference, simple as that", Prescott said. "We're all having fun, but I think when you go and try to go on the star. everyone knows what going on the star means".

"It's shocking, it's shocking to see the amount of points and what we did on defense", defensive end Tyrone Crawford said.

"It's a 14-point swing".

The offense failed to take advantage of Titans miscues, while the defense didn't play their best towards the end of the game, especially allowing the Titans to convert 11-of-14 for 78 percent on third down chances for the entire game.

Mariota was 21 of 29 for 240 yards without an interception and had 32 yards rushing. What Jones did not say was what kind of extension he would be willing to give Prescott.

Dallas forced another golden opportunity on the next Tennessee drive, when Mariota fumbled at the 38-yard line and Jaylon Smith recovered.

The Cowboys countered with a 10-play, 78-yard drive. The franchise leader in games, catches and yards receiving wiped his eyes when a small inset of him was shown during the video, but seemed to have gained his composure when he was shown on the full screen. He spoke of the sense of urgency the Cowboys face, declaring, "the time is now".

"When you've played eight games and only won three, that's a cause for concern", said owner and general manager Jerry Jones, who added there is no scenario in which he would make an in-season head-coaching change with Jason Garrett.

Owens did it twice in a blowout San Francisco win over a bad Dallas team that time.

With the five sacks, Prescott has already been sacked 28 times halfway through this season. They are nowhere near being a Super Bowl contender and have a lot of work to do to get themselves back on track.

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