Three days removed from his role as an observer on the Tony Romo interception that opened the floodgate allowing the Green Bay Packers to score their game-winning touchdown at AT&T Stadium, DeMarco Murray said he bears no animosity towards the quarterback or Cowboys coaches.

Murray opted not to speak to the media immediately after the Cowboys 37-36 loss but he appeared visibly upset on the sideline in the wake of the interception. Turns out he was only bothered by the circumstance, he said.

“I wasn’t mad at anybody,” Murray said standing in front of his Valley Ranch locker after Wednesday’s practice. “I was just mad at the situation. We let them come back and gave them an opportunity to win the game and they took advantage. But I wasn’t mad at anyone or anything like that.”

With less that three minutes remaining in Sunday’s game and the Cowboys leading 36-31 Murray had consistently run through a parted green sea of Packers defenders when given the opportunity. Romo might have shown confidence in his running back, averaging 7.4 yards per carry en route to a 134-yard game, and tucked the football between his arms.