IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys tried getting the ball to Terrell Owens on one-third of the plays last Sunday.
He's not satisfied.
Owens and quarterback Tony Romo insist a lot is being made of nothing.
Owens says they're fine in the locker room.
Owens has said he didn't get the ball enough after catching seven passes, taking two handoffs and having 11 more balls thrown his way in a 26-24 loss to the Washington Redskins.
T.O. was the focus on 20 of 58 plays.
He says it was just frustration over a game the Cowboys should have won.
Dallas on Sunday will host Cincinnati.
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