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September 17, 2012

Ware wonders how Cowboys were prepared and yet didn't execute 'like we should'

DeMarcus Ware said the Cowboys were in the game mentally against the Seahawks, but there is a fundamental question.

“Coming into a game and knowing you are very prepared and we didn’t execute like we should, that is the question,” Ware said.

The Cowboys were trying to answer the questions after Sunday’s loss in Seattle.

“Yes, everybody was in the game mentally. You just can’t make certain mistakes,” he said. “We have to correct them this week. ... You can’t be disappointed cause it’s the second game, but there are some things you need to work on, especially after not playing the first half. We should have been able to turn things around, and we didn’t.”

Ware admitted to shock about the result.

“I’m very shocked,” he said. “We played a good team. But at the end of the day, we should have won. Should have, would have, could have. There are no excuses. ... We didn’t execute properly. We didn’t make the big plays that needed to be made.”

-- Carlos Mendez

Twitter @calexmendez



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