Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley said after the loss to the Packers that Tony Romo’s second and final interception of the day, which effectively ended the game, was his fault.
“I just saw the corner and throttled down in the hole. I don’t have the option to do that on that play,” Beasley said, per the Dallas Morning News. “I should have kept going. I felt it. I have a good feel for holes and I felt a little hole right there but on that play I can’t really read it like that. I just have to keep going. On other plays I can do that but on that one I couldn’t. If I would have kept running, he would have hit me right in stride.”
Beasley finished with three catches on four targets for 19 yards. For the year, he now has 36 catches, 332 yards and two touchdowns, and has become one of the Cowboys’ go-to weapons in third down situations.
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