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NFL Roundup: Cowboys score fourth straight win over Rams, 22-10


Bright Times News: Dallas Cowboys defeated Los Angeles Rams 22-10 despite neither team being able to make much of an offensive effort. The Cowboys received assistance from their defense and special teams.

If this game had a recurring pattern, it was both teams’ failure to maintain offensive drives for the majority of the game. Dallas ended up winning the game thanks to two incredibly big scoring plays in a contest that included several short drives and punts.

And in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys relied on both of their running backs to keep the chains moving and keep the ball out of the hands of the Rams on a day when the passing game was simply not working for them.

Dallas was able to win in a low-scoring, somewhat dull affair despite only having a few defensive breakdowns during the contest. A late interception would give the Cowboys victory for the second week in a row.

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Further supporting Dak Prescott’s decision to return to the starting lineup was the fact that his replacement only gained 102 yards through the air. It was still a victory, the team’s fourth straight after Prescott’s injury in the first game seemed to spell the end for them. The Philadelphia Eagles now have a chance to tie the division leaders with a victory in their upcoming game.

Even though the Cowboys were able to lead 16-10 at the break, they ought to have had a bigger advantage. Dorance Armstrong came straight up the middle on the third play of the game to strip-sack Matthew Stafford, which DeMarcus Lawrence quickly picked up and carried to the touchdown zone.

Things could not have started much better. The extra point was unsuccessful because the snap came before Bryan Anger was prepared due to a misunderstanding with new long snapper Matt Overton.

The defense tightened up in middle during the second Rams possession. When Armstrong returned, he blocked the punt and returned it to the Rams’ 20-yard line. The offense was in a position to score quickly, but Cooper Rush missed the target on a third-down pass to Dalton Schultz, and the Cowboys were forced to settle for a short field goal from Brett Maher.

At that moment, Los Angeles’ offense had not produced much, but on their subsequent drive, Stafford connected with Tutu Atwell for 54 yards, all the way to the Dallas 11-yard line. They were kept out of the end zone by the defense, and they were forced to settle for three.

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