While the Cowboys’ offense looked shaky again, the defense bolstered by the return of end Demarcus Lawrence stepped up.
Despite holding the high-powered Kansas City Cheifs offense to just 19 points, the Dallas Cowboys offense sputtered in a 19-9 loss.
A fourth-down pass breakup by cornerback Jourdan Lewis sparked a 29-0 run powering the Dallas Cowboys to a 43-3 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
The Denver Broncos used a strong defensive and rushing outing ending the Dallas Cowboys six-game winning streak with a 30-16 win.
Without quarterback Dak Prescott and left tackle Tyron Smith for the second half, the Dallas Cowboys offense came up big in a 20-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings for their sixth straight.
Here are our four biggest takeaways from today’s scrappy, somewhat sloppy, but still solid overtime victory.
After a sluggish start that saw two first-half turnovers, the Dallas Cowboys found their grove scoring 27 second-half points in a 44-20 win over the New York Giants.