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Cowboys Fans Are Embarrassed By Their Team's Start Today

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton on Monday night. He is with the Chicago Bears in 2021.

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - OCTOBER 19: Andy Dalton #14 of the Dallas Cowboys looks to throw against the Arizona Cardinals during the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium on October 19, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The Dallas Cowboys continue to frustrate the heck of their fan base.

Dallas entered this afternoon's game against the Washington Football Team very much in play in the NFC East. The division is the worst in football this year - by far - so even the Dak Prescott-less Cowboys remain in serious contention for a playoff spot.

But today is a big game. Dallas is taking on Washington in a critical NFC East game. The Cowboys can't afford to lose this one.

It's still early, but the Cowboys are not providing their fan base with any reason for optimism. Washington opened up the scoring with a safety on Andy Dalton. The Football Team then scored a touchdown on its ensuing possession to take a 9-0 lead.

Dallas has since rebounded with a long field goal, making it 9-3.

Still, Cowboys fans are fed up.

"This is without a doubt the worst offense the Cowboys have faced. It might be the worst offense in the league. They have 133 yards after two possessions. Even on the drive that didn't score, they got to the one-inch line. Words don't really do it justice," longtime Cowboys writer David Helman tweeted.

The Cowboys truly have one of the worst defenses in recent NFL history. Some believed that might change against Washington today, but it doesn't look like that's the case.

Washington leads Dallas, 9-3, in the first quarter.

The game is on FOX.