Cowboys’ Mike Nolan rubs hot sauce in his eye

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Mike Nolan had a meeting with the media on Monday. During the interview, he rubbed his eye.

Moments later, Nolan clearly showed that something was wrong. He had to stop his interview due to rubbing hot sauce in his eye.

Former Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan speaks with ESPN Analyst Ray Lewis prior to the start of a game between the Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers
Mike Nolan speaks with ESPN Analyst Ray Lewis prior to the start of a game between the Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers (Getty Images)

The media was talking to the defensive coordinator following the team’s 25-3 loss to the Washington Football Team. In the past two games, Dallas has been outscored 63-13.

Nolan is in his first-year as a defensive coordinator since the 2014 season. He was the Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator from 2012-2014.

The 61-year-old coach spent time as the San Diego Chargers and New Orleans Saints linebackers coach in between defensive coordinator jobs.

Since taking over as defensive coordinator, the Cowboys have only given up 30 or less points twice. Besides getting beat down 25-3 by the WFT, Dallas was defeated 20-17 in the team’s season-opener in Los Angeles.

From Week 2 through Week 6, the team gave up 30 or more points. This includes giving up 49 points in a 49-38 loss to the Cleveland Browns in Week 4.

The Cowboys — who are under first-year head coach Mike McCarthy — are 2-5 with a defense that could be the worst statistically can be the worst in league history.

The Cowboys have given up 243 points this season. They are giving up an average of 34.7 points per game, which is dead-last in the league.

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