Earl Thomas trolls Cowboys with bow after second interception

Earl Thomas trolls Cowboys with bow after second interception

The Earl Thomas saga with the Seattle Seahawks appears to be far from over. He was in every step of the way, every aspect of the game, the communications and the focus and the adjustments, and I was with him on some of those things on the sidelines.

It was a bad day for the Cowboys' starting running back.

Seattle's Earl Thomas bows in the direction of the Dallas bench after an interception.

Carroll said Thomas missed practice for a personal matter, not an injury-related one.

The Cowboys, now 1-2 on the season, will host the Detroit Lions in Week 4. The All-Pro safety ended his holdout earlier this month, and the conversation took a backseat until Friday, when Carroll was asked why Thomas wasn't a participant in practice. They didn't, so he made them pay on Sunday. "But if I feel like if I have anything, even if it's something small, if I got a headache, I'm not practicing".

"What I do know is he gave everything he had today". Dallas failed to pass for 200 yards for the ninth time in the past 11 games dating to last season. Heath's replacement, Kavon Frazier, was late to rotate over and Lockett went untouched, high-stepping the final few yards for a 14-3 lead. After being sacked 12 times in the first two games, Wilson was 16 of 26 for 192 yards and sacked twice by Dallas' defense that was second in the league in sacks. The running back got the full nod this week. The team played from behind for most of the game.

"This is the offense we claimed to be the whole offseason", Carson said.