On Tuesday, Cowboys right tackle Doug Free finally spoke to reporters about his rough day this past Sunday against Cleveland, which was bad enough to become one of the most talked-about story-lines following the victory.
For those keeping score at home, Free allowed three of the Browns’ seven sacks of Tony Romo and looked thoroughly outclassed against the pass rush on more than a few occasions. On the bright side, he didn’t commit any penalties, which is a rare feat for the 28-year-old in 2012, as he leads the league in penalties with 11.
“I’m definitely frustrated,” Free said, per the Dallas Morning News. “There’s times when I do a great job and there’s other times when I don’t get it done exactly perfect, something that I don’t want to be part of. I want everything to look great. I want everything to be great.”
That said, Free remains confident going into Thursday’s matchup with the Redskins at Cowboys Stadium.
“I’m confident,” Free said. “I know I can go out there and play every week.”
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