The Dallas Cowboys offense continues to click on all cylinders.
The Cowboys scored 21 unanswered points in the second half to beat their NFC East rival New York Giants 28-20 on Thanksgiving.
In their last five games, Dallas is averaging 33.8 points per game, going 4-1 in that span.
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A Giants touchdown was called back due to an ineligible man downfield, but Graham Gano still managed to make a 57-yard field goal. After Ezekiel Elliott gave the Cowboys a 7-3 lead, Saquon Barkley answered with a rushing touchdown of his own to make it 10-7 Big Blue. Dak Prescott also threw two interceptions in the first half, the latter of which the Giants were able to turn into another field goal before halftime.
Prescott then led the opening drive of the second half, going 75 yards on 14 plays, the final one being a 15-yard touchdown to Dalton Schultz – Brett Maher’s ensuing PAT put the Cowboys up 14–13. Leading.
This was just a preview of what was to come.
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The Giants then turned the ball over on downs in their own half of the field, and Dallas responded with another Schultz touchdown. Dallas led 21-13 with two minutes to go in the third.
After a Giants punt early in the fourth, Dallas scored its third straight touchdown, this time on a Peyton Hendershot rush, and the Cowboys took a 28-13 lead.
Cowboys spread batters… look away. The Giants scored a touchdown with eight seconds to cover. They tried for an onside kick, but CD Lamb put the ballgame on ice.
It wasn’t just the Cowboys offense that impressed at Jerry World, as Dallas contained the Giants’ stellar running game, allowing just 90 yards on the ground.
Entering Thursday, New York was rushing for 157.2 yards per game, fourth in the NFL.
Lamb led all receivers with six catches for 106 yards, while Elliott and Tony Pollard combined for 152 yards on 34 carries.
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The Cowboys, now 8-3, host the Indianapolis Colts in Week 13, while the 7-4 Giants, who have lost three of their last four, welcome the 6-5 Washington Commanders.