To his credit, Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown answered every question after the worst performance of his career.
Brown had four penalties for 91 yards in Thursday’s 36-33 overtime loss to the Raiders.
“It’s frustrating, but at the same time, we’ve got to deal with it,” Brown said. “We’ve got to try to fight through it. The other team is dealing with it, too. They’re getting calls, too. So, we can’t complain about that. We’ve just got to keep fighting.”
Officials called 33 penalties, with 28 accepted, the most in a Cowboys game in history. The Cowboys had 166 penalty yards, a team record.
Brown’s stood out, though, as he had four costly pass interference penalties — an 11-yard penalty while covering Bryan Edwards, a 30-yard penalty while covering DeSean Jackson, a 17-yard penalty while covering Jackson and a 33-yard penalty while covering Zay Jones.