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For the third year in a row, the Dallas Cowboys launched what looked like a real NFL team, which the Minnesota Vikings probably didn’t expect from a 2-7 club that hasn’t won a game in Week 5. After failing to take action on their first offensive drive, the team’s resurgent defense came home on Kirk Cousins and forced a fumble that resulted in a touchdown from Ezekiel Elliott – a rarity to land a snack and then score points to get -. – but they’d miss the extra point. That stopped them at six points, and allowed Cousins to recover from his mistake in giving the Vikings the lead in late second quarter, but not for long.
However, Dalton has also cleared his mistake and teamed up with CeeDee Lamb for a stunning touchdown catch that is easily one of the best you have seen in 2020.
And with that, the cowboys took the lead in a barfight between two NFC teams going in opposite directions. If the second half is anything like the first, this could hit the wire, especially if the Cowboys suddenly find ways to take the ball away – security Donovan Wilson forces a second fumble followed by a field goal to extend the lead a bit. The Vikings will likely make adjustments, and that’s where things could get sharp.
#Cowboys vs.. . # Wikinger Halftime: Elliott – 10 bags, 40 m, 1 rec / TDCook – 12 bags, 37 m, 1 ru / TDDalton – 19. 12th. , 137, 2 TD, 1 INTCousins - 10/13, 140 ydsCooper – 4 rec, 61 ydsLamb – 3 rec, 28 yds, 1 body
Cowboys now have nine points less to take away in this game. They are not known for forcing them or for getting points which is a good sign for them. The Vikings have to adapt and do it now. You have to get out of half with the first ball to end in points – or risk losing your grip in this tight game.
Cowboys get a second snack to save the day for the odd fourth fetch at the previous property. Wilson absolutely ignited Cook with this hit and forced his second fumble in the game.
Very uncomplicated decision and game call from the cowboys in fourth and first place. You got up by only six in a close game on the street and there are less than two minutes left in the half. Stretch in half. Instead, the Vikings have a chance to score the ball, and even if they don’t, they’re only six points down, not nine.
A bad throw by Dalton in this game will wipe Lamb, and that personal foul was a bad call. Clean hit. Shouldn’t have been a punishment.
And another defensive stop by the cowboys gives their attack the ball again. After the unit has been historically bad for the first five games or so, it begins to realize its potential, at least in some ways.
Pretty wild that we damned upped the CeeDee selection from the moment the Cowboys turned in his card, and he basically delivered every piece of it. It’s very sad that we’ll never know what his rookie season would have been like with 16 Dak games.
CeeDee Lamb’s touchdown reception in the second quarter marked his fourth goal of the season to win Martellus Bennett (2008) for the eighth most cowboy rookie TDs in one season in team history. Bob Hayes holds the record with 12 points.
One of the greatest catches I’ve ever seen. 88 do with the cowboys. And that says something.
Cowboy’s offensive is gaining traction, led by CeeDee Lamb on the fourth downconversion and Michael Gallup on two consecutive big catches. It was punctuated by one of the best catches you’ll see this season . . . WORKING with Lamb on the fade route.
This illegal shift penalty negates a successful fake boat and it’s only brutal when the Vikings end up in a boat after not getting points from Dalton INT against a cowboys team notorious for giving up a ton Points after giveaways.
I don’t know what Dalton saw that throw, but Kendricks doesn’t care – he dives in to intercept. Dalton is actually starting exactly where he left off before missing the last two games with a concussion and then COVID-19.
Yes. If Dalton Schultz leads a little, I think that’s a nice addition. I wonder if he even saw Eric Kendricks.
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