Green took ownership of his struggles after the game.
"I mean, it's unfortunate," Green said, via ESPN's Vaughn McClure. "You have some good days. You have some bad days. This obviously wasn't my best day. I take this on my shoulders and look at myself in the mirror. Just need to fix the things I need to fix. I'm going to get it fixed."
Clayborn's six sacks are tied for second-most in a game since individual sacks became an official statistic in 1982 (only Hall of Famer Derrick Thomas, with seven, had more sacks in a single game). What's worse: Clayborn conceded he only has "one move and it worked" versus Green and eventual replacement Byron Bell.
"We're not going to leave somebody out to dry, for the most part," Prescott said. "We're not going to point fingers and say it's Chaz. It's whatever it is. We'll go back and look. I probably could have gotten the ball out faster sometimes. We'll go back and look at it and get better from it."
"I think that any time you get (beat) as thoroughly you show some of the soft spots that we showed out there," Jones added. "If you show that, then that's a concern, but again, the game that we have and if you get real vulnerable, which we were, we weren't capable of really blocking their rush. I thought Dak did a real good job. I don't think it was his pocket issues that helped (decide this one)."