Carolina Panthers react to 36-28 loss to Dallas Cowboys as they fall to 3-1
The Carolina Panthers top ranked defense fell short of the performances it turned in over first three games of the season. The offense struggled to create consistent momentum throughout the game, particularly in the third quarter, which, combined with lack of the defense being able to fluster Dak Prescott or stop the Dallas rushing attack, led to a 36-38 loss to the Cowboys.
The Cowboys' offense rushed for 245 yards while the defense complimented the effort with five sacks.
After the game, several Panthers as well as head coach Matt Rhule declared they would bounce back quickly.