The Dallas Cowboys collapsed on Sunday and let their large lead dwindle away. Tony Romo threw a pair of fourth quarter interceptions, including one in the final two minutes of the game when the Cowboys were driving to get back into field goal range.
Second year wide receiver Cole Beasley, who Romo was trying to pass to on that final interception, took responsibility for the interception.
“I’ve got to keep running,” Beasley said, via ESPN Dallas. “That was on me. That’s all it was. … I stopped when I should have kept going. That’s about it.
“I saw the corner and I throttled down a little bit. I don’t have the option to do that on my play. That was my fault. We didn’t execute how we were supposed to. I take full responsibility for it. I’ve just got to keep running and catch the ball and take the hit.”