Dallas Cowboys Dismantle The New York Giants 44/20
Prescott, Cowboys beat Giants 44-20 year after ankle injury.Richard Rodriguez / Getty Images Sport / Gettyyearsan. The Cowboys 3/1 came into their third straight home game at AT&T Stadium against arch-rival New York Giants 1/3 riding a three-game win streak. This game though had a special meaning for the Cowboys and especially QB Dak Prescott. It was almost exactly a year ago today (364 days) that Dak Prescott suffered what some thought was possibly a career-ending leg injury on this field against these New York Giants. The injury to his right ankle came on a 9-yard run when Giants DB Logan Ryan tackled Prescott with 6:16 left in the third quarter.Read full story
Cowboys Overpower Undefeated Panthers 36/28 Led By: Dak, Zek, and Tre
Dallas Cowboys' Osa Odighizuwa (97) and Damontae Kazee (18) celebrate with Trevon Diggs (7) after Diggs intercepted a pass in the second hal(Ron Jenkins / ASSOCIATED PRESS) The Dallas Cowboys 2/1 hosted the Carolina Panthers 3/0 at AT&T Stadium in what was expected to be a tough battle. The Cowboys run game has been stellar the last two weeks. While Dak Prescott has been nothing short of superb and let's not forget the defense with rookie sensation Micah Parson and reigning NFC Defensive Player of the month CB Trevon Diggs with his league-leading 3 interceptions. The question is how will they match up against the undefeated Carolina Panthers and their upstart Sam Darnold and the highly vaunted Panther defense.Read full story
Cowboys Dominate Eagles in Home Opener 41 to 21
Dak Prescott shines in home return as Cowboys rout Eagleshttps://fieldlevelmedia.com/latest-stories/?storyId=108019. The Dallas Cowboys 1/1 came into their 2021 season home opener at the AT&T Stadium vs The Philadelphia Eagles 1/1 trying to build upon their win last week over the LA Chargers. In a game not only build as the home opener, a night when Jimmy Johnson, Cliff Harris, and Drew Pearson getting their Hall Of Fame Rings. The game also marked the return of Dak Prescott for the first time in front of the home crowd since what some thought could have been a career-ending injury. With tears running down his cheek during the playing of the National Anthem. Dak looked focused, and he did not disappoint either.Read full story
Cowboys Survive the L.A. Chargers 20 to 17 with Game Ending 56 Yard Field Goal.
Greg Zuerlein kicks the winning field goal as time expires, lifting the Dallas Cowboys to a 20-17 victory over the Chargers at SoFi Stadium(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times) The Dallas Cowboys coming into week 2 went out to L.A. to face the Chargers. Coming into the game the Cowboys 0 and 1, went into their second game of the season on the road and short handed missing five starters. But Dak Prescott and the Cowboy offense wasted no time getting things going. With a nice opening run by Ezekiel Elliott for ten yards to set the tone. They continued to drive down the field and scored an opening drive touchdown on a handoff to Tony Pollard coming across in motion for a 2 yard touchdown. The touchdown was the first opening drive touchdown for the Cowboys in 21 games.Read full story