No surprise, few people are happy with the Cowboys pass protection heading towards the Monday night game against the Chicago Bears, who, by the way, lead the league in sacks after three games.
Included in that disenchanted group is Offensive Line Coach Bill Callahan who tells silver star nation this Wednesday evening, things must improve.
“We’re not happy with what occurred against Tampa Bay whatsoever. You have to give those guys some credit, but in that sense, we have to do a better job keeping Tony clean. Those hits, there were some rough hits, and no one takes more pride in protecting the passer than these guys, so they’re hurt. They don’t like to see their guy get knocked around and want to keep him clean. So we are addressing everything. You wont find a group that works any harder. It’s not for lack of effort that’s for certain, but guys that are diligent and study the game and want to get better, we didn’t have our best day. No question about it. We just have to work hard, and if we do the things that I’m sure it will get rectified.”says Bill Callahan.
They need to get rectified by Monday night before they meet the Chicago Bears.