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October 13, 2013

DeMarcus Ware tells NBC Cowboys have 'an opportunity to put the smack down'

Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware was an interview subject on NBC’s Football Night in America.

Here are some of the remarks he made to Bob Costas, as provided by NBC:

On Monte Kiffin saying the defense lost last week’s game vs. Denver: “I feel the same way. If the offense is going to put up 48 points, you’ve got to win the game no matter if someone throws an interception at the end of the game or how someone plays in the last two minutes. We preach finish.”

On if there are any moral victories: “No. At the end of the day, an L is an L and a W is a W. We lost that game. There aren’t any moral victories. When we lose, we lose and it hurts. You have to find some way to fight back, and we’re going to do that this week.”

On recovering from Broncos game: “What are we going to do this week? We’ve got a divisional opponent coming here this week; a late-night game, and you’re playing the Washington Redskins. So, (we) have an opportunity to put the smack down. We gotta get it done.”

-- Carlos Mendez

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