Justin Jefferson: ’embarrassing’ Cowboys loss was ‘lesson learned’

Justin Jefferson: ’embarrassing’ Cowboys loss was ‘lesson learned’


The Vikings followed up a regular season win with their worst home loss in decades.

Meeting with reporters on Monday, star receiver Justin Jefferson lost to the Cowboys 40-3″embarrassingan “and”.disaster all around” and “it happens . . . we are human” and “lesson learned“.

The lesson, as Jefferson sees it, was to get the ball out quicker. “I would prefer it has adapted faster the whole game,” Jefferson said.

The bad news, or maybe the good news depending on how things went, is that the Vikings will be back on the horse quickly after suffering the worst of their home defeat. Kennedy administration.

The bad news comes because they won’t bother Christian Darrisaw, who suffered a concussion during the game, his second in two Sundays. They will have to do everything better and faster against the Patriots, who have a good defense to shut down the Vikings offense.

Still, Jefferson said he’s glad the Vikings have a chance to shake off the bad taste in their mouths with a game on a short week. And he’s right — as long as the bad taste isn’t replaced by an even worse one.

Jefferson echoed something coach Kevin O’Connell said Sunday and something other players have mentioned since the game ended. They are vikings”still 8-2“.

That’s not the way to think, if they want to avoid saying they’re “still 8-3,” come Thursday night and Friday. It would be better to say, “We’re 0-1 and we just won by 37 points and we might have been exposed as a fraud and what are we going to do to give the critics more ammunition to say, ‘Yes, they’re frauds?’

Not as accurate as “still 8-2” but you get the point.

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