CeeDee Lamb’s mom roasts Cowboys’ Dak Prescott on social media, posts ‘Dak isn’t it’ after wild-card loss

It looked like this would finally be the year the Dallas Cowboys would advance to the NFC Championship, something they have not done since 1995. Instead, the team’s playoff problems continued.

After winning 16 consecutive games at home, Dallas picked its worst time to lose at AT&T Stadium as the NFC’s No. 2 seed fell to the No. 7 Green Bay Packers 48–32 on Super Wild Card Weekend.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said he was “disappointed” by the loss, fans were stunned and players returned home disappointed at the early exit. Fans and media alike were critical of the team, with some calling for the firing of head coach Mike McCarthy and others citing problems with some players.

Star wide receiver CeeDee Lamb’s mother, Leta Ramirez, joined the conversation and pointed fingers at Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. Ramirez roasted No. 4 on social media, posting “Dak it ain’t!!!” On Facebook.

Someone commented, “Tell Young to come to the home team. CJ would love that,” to which Ramirez responded, “I wish he did! CJ is great,” referring to the Houston Texans and their rookie quarterback CJ Stroud. doing.

Lamb went to high school in Fort Bend County, Texas, which is about 40 minutes from NRG Stadium, where the Texans and Stroud play. Stroud has made a splash in the NFL in his first season as a professional player, setting records for passing yards in a game by a rookie (470), most passes without an interception to start a career (191 ) and is the youngest starting quarterback. To win a playoff game (22 years, three months and 10 days).

Stroud also did something Prescott and the Cowboys were unable to do this season: win a playoff game.

Prescott achieved career highs in completion percentage (69.5) and passing yards (4,516). He also had a league-high 36 touchdowns with only nine interceptions.

In the wild-card game against the Packers, Prescott went 41 of 60 for 403 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions, including a pick six. Lamb had nine receptions for 110 yards and no touchdowns in the postseason loss.

The two have played together since Lamb was drafted by the Cowboys with the 17th overall pick in 2020. The duo has gone just 1-3 in the playoffs since Lamb joined the team.

Lamb had a league leading 135 receptions this season. He was second in the NFL to wide receiver Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins with 1,749 receiving yards and was second to Hill and wide receiver Mike Evans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in receiving touchdowns with 12.

Both Lamb and Prescott made the Pro Bowl this season, but aside from individual accolades, it was another season of failure for the Cowboys.

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