Following their bye week, the Dallas Cowboys got their season back on track in Week 7 with a convincing 40-10 win against the San Francisco 49ers. All key members of their offense had great games.
Quarterback Dak Prescott was good in the air, as he threw for 234 yards and three touchdowns. Running back Ezekiel Elliott was good both on the ground and in the air as he picked up 219 total yards and three total touchdowns. The Cowboys receiving corps of Dez Bryant, Jason Witten, and Cole Beasley was excellent in giving the ground game a break as well throughout the win.
It's safe to say Dallas is on a bit of a hot streak as they prepare for their Week 8 contest against the Washington Redskins for what could be a big decider in who gets a wildcard spot in the NFC since the Philadelphia Eagles are running away with the NFC East title.
It's going to be a heated contest between the two NFC East rivals on Sunday night, as it was during the Week 7 contest last weekend between Prescott and Beasley on the sidelines over a rather strange topic.
As you can see in the clip below, the quarterback and the receiver got into a heated argument on the sidelines about whether or not dogs stretch. Their conversation went like this:
Beasley: I’m like a dog. I don’t even gotta stretch. I just get up and go.
Prescott: Dogs stretch. My dog gets up in the morning…
Prescott: That’s why they got a downward dog. That’s a stretch a dog does.
Dogs obviously do stretch, but Beasley decided to go to Twitter to defend his stance further.
He said: "They do stretch but don't have to. Squirrel runs by as they're sleepin they get up and hall butt to get that squirrel. They didn't get it all."
He's certainly on the wrong side of the argument, but did Prescott had to react the way which he did? Probably not. Still, this isn't going to cause a rift in the team anytime soon, but it's funny to hear what some players talk about while waiting on the sidelines.