ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Cowboy's defense stopped Saints powerful crimes during the first 30 minutes of their match Thursday night…
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Cowboy’s defense stopped Saints powerful crimes during the first 30 minutes of their match Thursday night and led 13-0 in half-time.
They were hanging out now 10-2 Saints, 13-10.
The cowboys are now 7-5 and alone in the first place in the NFC East. Dallas has won four games in a row. The Saints 10-game winning strike is over.
On opening drive, Dak Prescott hit Michael Gallup down the sideline for 40 yards to six farm line.
The drive stopped and Cowboys settled for a 26-yard goal by Brett Maher.
Prescott is cutting its hand on opening operations while trying to pass. Coach treated him on the sidelines.
On Saints’ opening drive, Drew Brees and the offensive went three and out without getting a farm.
In the first quarter, Prescott Ezekiel Elliott joined a 1
6-speed touchdown pass to give the Cowboys a 10-0 lead.
Early in the second quarter, Amari Cooper lost the ball after a catch and the holy recovered fumble.
The Saints drove down to the Cowboys 2-yard line, where they went for the 4th and 2nd and the Dallas defense held them out of the end zone.
The Cowboys drove down the field for a Brett Maher 46-yards field goal to give Dallas a 13-0 lead at Half.
The Saints drove for a 33-yard goal on their first possession of the second half to score 13-3 Cowboys.
A coarse punishment penalty on Cowboys Randy Grego’s reputation, kept a run alive for the Saints who ended in a 30-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees to Keith Kirkwood. The Saints trailed 13-10.
With less than three minutes to go in the game, a more than six-minute Cowboys run in a Dak Prescott fumble in the red zone.
The Saints took over with 2
Finally points: Cowboys 13 – Saints 10.
But the Cowboys beat it away when Jordan Lewis made his first career wreck at 2:08 to enter the game.