Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence is not a fan of how the referees handled Sunday's divisional matchup with the New York Giants.
Per the Dallas Morning News, Lawrence, who came into the game as the NFL sack leader with 13 1/2, launched into his rant without being asked about the officiating.
"We ain't getting no holding calls. The refs out there for nothing."
Cowboys opponents' over the last 10 games have been penalized only twice (once at Atlanta a month ago and once by the Giants to end the first quarterSunday) for offensive holding at the line of scrimmage (by tight ends or offensive linemen).
"I ain't seen holding calls in the last five games," Lawrence said. "It's ridiculous that the refs are out here looking at me getting tackled by offensive linemen. Come on, if you're going to be out there, do your job.
"I feel like it's unfair. I got a family to come home to, so if you're trying to protect quarterbacks, you got to protect me, too. If you're going to do it, you got to do it on both sides. If you're going to sit here and call some BS on our O-line you got to call it on their O-line, too."
The Cowboys didn't sack Giants quarterback Eli Manning at all Sunday.
"[Expletive] them refs!" Lawrence said, "and that's all I got to say."