By Ken Molestina

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Cowboys fans aren’t just disappointed with the Dallas-based team, they are frustrated and asking how the team lost to the lowly New York Jets Sunday.

Outside the Cowboys fan store in downtown Fort Worth, a sign is already encouraging fans to look past this weekend. It reads “When we beat the Eagles Sunday night all the world will be right again.”

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And that maybe so, but for now, fans like Brian Mullins are still frustrated with a third loss in a row, especially to the previously winless Jets.

“When it’s three weeks in a row, it’s really tough,” Mullins said.

Talks about a mid-season Cowboys meltdown is seemingly everywhere, with fans calling for head coach Jason Garret’s firing.

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Another fan, Raven Quarles, said the team has got to get their stuff together.

“Jason has been on the hot seat for a couple of years. I think it’s his time,” Mullins said.

A similar outcry happened last season, then Garrett and the team turned it all around.

“This week is definitely a pivotal game. If we can beat the eagles, we will be set because that will put us at 3-0 in the division.”

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The Cowboys are now 3-3 and are still eligible to be tied for top spots in the NFC East.