CeeDee Lamb reveals Dak Prescott approached him after the San Francisco 49ers game and made an effort to explain to him that he is always ready and willing to him. On Sunday Night Football in Week 5, the Dallas Cowboys suffered one of their most embarrassing losses in recent memory after the 49ers demolished them 42-10.
In the Cowboys' 32-point loss, Lamb caught four balls on five targets for 49 receiving yards. During the game, Lamb was visibly annoyed and at point detached himself from his teammates. "He came up to me, he's like, 'If you have a problem with anything, just come up to me and we'll talk about it.
I don't care how it necessarily looks in the media, right.' But the media is going to do what the media does anyway. If I stand by myself, it's a problem. If I go talk to him and I flare my hands a little bit, it's a problem.
Right? At the end of the day, it's just getting down to the nitty gritty, getting everything understood and both parts being on the same page. Me and Dak, we did that, first day back, so we could have all week, fresh slate to get after it," Lamb said, via ESPN.
Prescott tells Lamb he is always there for him
Lamb, 24, admitted he could have handled better his frustration. Going forward, Lamb is vowing to do better and react in a more healthier and positive way the next time he finds himself in a moment of frustration.
"I've had to reflect, self-reflect, and I didn't go the best route to get my end result. At the end of the day, I have a job to do and I want to contribute to this team. I do everything in my power week in and week out to do that.
Going forward, there is a better way to go about it, make a lighter situation," Lamb said. The Cowboys, who are 3-2, are playing the Los Angeles Chargers on the road on Monday Night Football.