Earl Thomas trolls Cowboys with bow after second interception

Hope Soto
September 24, 2018

It was a rough outing for Dallas on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks as the offense was unable to get anything going throughout the game in the 24-13 loss. Both issues can be tackled by moving the chains, though Seattle ranks 29th in the league in successful third down conversion attempts. "Did well in the run game, but overall, I dropped the ball".

The rookie tight end has made an early impact with 147 yards and two touchdowns so far this year. However, the Chiefs have emerged as a strong suitor as the team has a strong need to address their defense that has had difficulty in the first couple of weeks against the pass.

The fact that the Seahawks are facing the Cowboys is certainly part of what makes this interesting.

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In what seemed appropriate for the Cowboys, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas III was credited with Prescott's two interceptions.

Thomas is in the final season of a four-year, $40 million deal and is said to be frustrated by the team's prioritization of new deals for Frank Clark and Tyler Lockett ahead of his.

According to Gregg Ball of the Times Tribune in Seattle, Thomas didn't practice today but was at practice. We'll see how he's doing. Cowboys Director of Player Personnel Stephen Jones also confirmed Dallas is not involved in trade talks. In the case of Earl Thomas's bow toward the Cowboys' sideline Sunday, there was a Texas-sized amount of subtext. "If they were invested in me, I would be out there practicing", Thomas said, per The Seattle Times.

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