"I didn't hold up my end, so it's all on me," Rob Ryan said. "It's damn unfortunate right there, but it's the truth."
The Cowboys struggled most of the night to cover both White and Julio Jones, one of the NFL's top receiving tandems.
"I really can't think of one (defensive back) that didn't have a missed tackle for the game," safety Danny McCray said. "That's just something that we need to go back and work on, look at the film and work on so it doesn't happen again. Probably just bad technique. Getting lazy, getting complacent, thinking you're just going to run up and make the tackle and it's not happening for you."
Jones insisted that Jason Garrett, whose record as coach dropped to 11-13, is in no danger of losing his job even though Dallas faces a tough task next week when it visits NFC East rival Philadelphia.
"I have a lot of faith in Jason," Jones said. "Jason's future is ahead of him. I know how hard he works. I like his philosophy, so I've got a lot of confidence, a lot of faith. One of the brightest spots I see is our head coaching and our coaching in the future."