Dak + Zeke= 400+ yards of offense Fourth QuarterCowboys get one more shot, Dak Prescott gets
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Cowboys lead 20-17.Third QuarterCowboys have a couple of penalties go their way and then a few that don’t Cowboys punt it back to the Lions, inside their own 15, on 3rd down, DeMarcus Lawrence gets his second sack to force the punt. Dallas takes over at their own 35, Zeke gets fed to the tune of 50-yards, well over 100 on the day. Cole Beasley on the third-down slant is down one yard short at the DET-1 but Cowboys ARE GOING FOR IT, FAM! Elliott up the middle-FUMBLE-Blake Jarwin recovers it in the end zone for the TD! Wait..no TD? Refs blow the play dead after Zeke gets the first down. So, Dak says “Okay, Lions crash the box so I can toss this bad boy.” Dak to Geoff Swaim for the TD! Cowboys lead 20-13.Second QuarterThings got a little spicy for the Cowboys in the second quarter as the Detroit Lions connected on another touchdown to give them a lead. Tavon Austin suffered a stinger early on, but thankfully it appears all is well. The best news from the quarter is that the Cowboys scored a touchdown! Seriously!Let’s hope for more of this!First QuarterThe Cowboys won the toss and the DEFERRED? The first offensive appearances for both the Lions and Cowboys end in punts. The Cowboys had Ezekiel Elliott trip on third down. Lions second drive ends in a punt, Cowboys were on the move as Dak Prescott connects with Geoff Swaim for 31-yards on play-action on a first down, no less. Dak then hits the deep ball to Michael Gallup for 37-yards and we’re in the red zone! Facing 3rd and 9, Dak and Gallup can’t connect, Brett Maher puts a 32-yarder in for the three points.As the first quarter comes to a close, Cowboys CB Jourdan Lewis slips on 3rd and 3, Golden Tate scampers for 40+ yards and the touchdown. Dallas trails Detroit 7-3.PregameThe Cowboys are set to take on the Detroit Lions, here are the inactives for each squad:Cowboys: The big news, if you will, Brice Butler is up, here’s who is sitting down:WR Terrance Williams, LB Sean Lee, QB Mike White, C Travis Frederick, G Xavier Su’a-Filo, TE Dalton Schultz, and DT Maliek CollinsLions:DE Ziggy Ansah [url=http://www.cowboyscheapauthenticstore.com/travis-frederick-jersey-cheap]Cheap Travis Frederick Jersey[/url] , TE Michael Roberts, RB Ameer Abdullah, CB DeShawn Shead, G Joe Dahl, DE Kerry Hyder Jr., WR Brandon PowellThe Dallas Cowboys host the Detroit Lions on Sunday in a huge game for both organizations. Each teams comes in at 1-2 on the season and are looking to to even their record and get back into serious contention for the playoffs. The Cowboys hope to finally get their offense going. Last week, they were able to get Ezekiel Elliott going, but the passing game faltered and mistakes everywhere kept the point production down. This week, they face a Lions defense that is the worst in the league against the run, so you will definitely see a healthy dose of Zeke. Ultimately, though, the Cowboys and Dak Prescott will have to put together a viable passing attack to win the game, even is it’s just to complement the run game. The Cowboys defense had a little bit of a let down last week after two stellar outings in the first two weeks. The pass rush wasn’t able to take advantage of an injured and sub-par Seahawks offensive line; they’ll need to do better this week versus veteran Matthew Stafford. The Lions finally got a 100-yard rusher last week, so they are hoping they finally have balance. It’s a big game for both teams. What You Need To KnowImportant links: Cowboys depth chart | RosterDate: September 30th, 2018Game time: 1:00 PM ESTLocation: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TXTV channel: FOXCoverage Map: 506 SportsAnnouncers: : Kevin Burkhardt, Charles Davis, Pam Oliver (Field reporter)Radio: 105.3 The Fan | Full listings | Westwood One | SIRIUS: 99 (Det), 83 (Dal) | XM: 383 (Det), 225 (Dal)Streaming: NFL.com GamePass (audio only during game), FOX Sports go (local), Yahoo Sports app (local)Cowboys record: (1-2)Lions record: (1-2)Odds: Dallas -3Prediction: Dallas 23 - Lions 21Enemy blog: Pride of DetroitTwitter: @BloggingTheBoysFacebook: Please Like us!Cowboys news: Travis Frederick, Terrance Williams to IR, David Irving ruled out, Texans/Cowboys preview Cowboys vs. Texans odds: 'Sunday Night Football' picks, predictions from model on 59-36 roll - Staff, CBS SportsThe Cowboys are underdogs this week as the Texans are favored by a field goal. Oddsmakers also have this one as a possible shootout.Dallas Cowboys place Travis Frederick, Terrance Williams on injured reserve - Todd Archer [url=http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com]www.dallascowboysteamonline.com[/url] , ESPNThe Cowboys made a couple roster moves on Saturday to free up some space for the return of David Irving.While it’s unfortunate to know the Cowboys won’t have Frederick for the next couple months, could it mean we’ll see a healthy Frederick late in the season?David Irving Moved To 53; Still Ruled Out - Nick Eatman, Dallas CowboysBut wait, don't get excited about the return of Irving just yet.And the timing is unfortunate because the interior defensive line could really use his help on Sunday night.Here is the team’s final practice report:The Cowboys are playing on primetime on NBC Sunday night so we’ll all get to watch the game, but if you’re curious as to what games will be televised in your area, here is the broadcast schedule courtesy of 506 Sports.A Look Around The NFC East: Week 5 - Kevin Brady, Inside The StarThe Cowboys could end the week in first place in the NFC East if they beat that Texans, but they'll need a little bit to do it. The good news is - they could get it as all three of their divisional foes have tough inter-conference games this week. Brady previews all three games, including the current NFC East leaders.NFL Week 5 NBC Dallas Cowboys @ Houston Texans Preview - Staff, Pro Football FocusPro Football Focus provides their weekly game preview with some key things to pay attention to, including the ability to protect Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson.And the Cowboys have the right guy to exploit a suspect Texans offensive line.What PFF forgot to include:Two defensive ends got the franchise tag this year, with very different results –Michael David Smith, ProFootballTalkUsing the franchise tag is always a gamble. Sometimes it works out, other times it doesn't. Both DeMarcus Lawrence and Ezekiel Ansah have had multiple seasons dealing with different injuries and they were tagged in the offseason.Texans and Cowboys prepare for rare meeting - Associated Press, FOX SportsDak Prescott isn't the only quarterback that hangs on to the ball too long. Houston's Deshaun Watson is guilty as well as detailed in FOX Sports weekly game preview.Five things to look for in this week’s Cowboys-Texans game: Zeke’s workload, stopping Watt, and more - Calvin Watkins, The AthleticWatkins provides his five things to look for against Houston, including whether or not a heavy workload on Zeke will take it's toll.And then last season...Texans-Cowboys Preview: SIX Things To Watch For - Matt Weston, Battle Red BlogOn Friday, we gave you are five things to watch in the Cowboys/Texans game. Not to be outdone, our sister site Battle Red Blog offered up six things to watch, including the all important success-gauge of Dak going deep.3 most pressing Texans concerns for Cowboys in Week 5 - Ben Grimaldi, Cowboys WireIt might be hard for Dak to pile up the passing yards with a couple of big-time pass rushers coming after him. But the Cowboys have a top-five option themselves to counter some of that amazing pass rushing talent.Dallas Cowboys: 5 Players to watch vs. Texans in Week 5 - Randy Gurzi, NFL Spin ZoneTyron isn't the only Cowboys tackle who will have his work cut out for him.Gut Feeling: Predictions For Cowboys-Texans - Staff, Dallas CowboysThe writing staff over at the Mothership take a stab at predicting the score of Sunday night's game. Broaddus is a perfect 4-0 so far this season, so let's see what he has to say.Let's hope his streak of correctly predicting the winner ends this week.
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