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Don't Let the Final Play Hide the Fact the Cowboys Were Beaten Wire-to-Wire

NFC Wild Card Playoffs - San Francisco 49ers v Dallas Cowboys

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Monday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox and LaVar Arrington react to Dak Prescott's QB Draw at the end of regulation that cost the Cowboys a final desperation shot at the endzone versus the Niners. Anyone complaining about the officials not getting the ball placed in time, are not seeing the bigger picture, that the Cowboys got in their own way all game long, and the Niners were the better team from wire-to-wire.

Jonas Knox: "Everyone can focus on the last play all they want and can say, 'Oh my God, we got robbed. That should have been an opportunity to throw the ball to the endzone with a second left.' Tough balls! I'm sorry. Don't wake up late for work and then blame traffic for why you're late I don't want to hear anything about it...
You can sit there and talk about the one moment or you can talk about all the other moments in that game and San Francisco was the better team that entire game. They led wire-to-wire for a reason. Don't bitch and moan about the last play. Don't bitch and moan about the official getting in the way. Blame yourselves because it was the Cowboys who got in the way of the Cowboys for 60 minutes in that game. It wasn't down to the official. Sorry."
LaVar Arrington: "We're talking about a play that they still had to make. People are upset that they didn't get an opportunity to make the play because the referees, but do you understand that they probably would have put 8 guys in the endzone?"
Jonas Knox: "It's the equivalent of me going, 'Son of a bitch man, I didn't get a chance to play lotto.' You weren't going to win anyways!"