The Dallas Cowboys offense continues to click on on all cylinders.
The Cowboys scored 21 unanswered factors within the second half to beat their NFC East rival New York Giants on Thanksgiving, 28-20.
Over their final 5 video games, Dallas has averaged 33.8 factors per recreation, going 4-1 in that span.
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A Giants landing was known as up as a result of an ineligible man down, however Graham Gano nonetheless managed a 57-yard discipline aim. After Ezekiel Elliott gave the Cowboys a 7-3 lead, Saquon Barkley answered along with his speeding landing to make it 10-7 Large Blue. Dak Prescott additionally threw two interceptions within the first half, the latter of which the Giants had been in a position to flip into one other discipline aim earlier than the top of the half.
Prescott then led a sturdy second half opening drive, going 75 yards on 14 performs, the final being a 15-yard landing run to Dalton Schultz – Brett Maher’s ensuing PAT gave the Cowboys a 14- 13.
That was only a preview of what was to return.
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The Giants then turned the ball downfield in their very own half, and Dallas answered with one other Shultz landing run. Dallas led 21-13 with two minutes left within the third.
After the Giants punted early within the quarter, Dallas scored their third consecutive landing, this time a run by Peyton Hendershot, and the Cowboys led 28–13.
Cowboys unfold punters… look away. The Giants scored a landing with eight seconds left. They tried for the onside kick, however CeeDee Lamb rallied to freeze the sport.
It wasn’t simply the Cowboys’ offense that impressed in Jerry World, as Dallas was in a position to include the Giants’ very good speeding recreation, permitting solely 90 yards on the bottom.
Going into Thursday, New York was speeding for 157.2 yards per recreation, fourth within the NFL.
Lamb led all receivers with six catches for 106 yards, whereas Elliott and Tony Pollard mixed for 152 yards on 34 carries.
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The Cowboys, now 8-3, will host the Indianapolis Colts in Week 13, whereas the 7-4 Giants, who’ve misplaced three of their final 4, will welcome the 6-5 Washington Commanders.