Dallas Cowboys defeat Indianapolis Colts on Sunday Night Football

Zeke Elliot is back in the Salvation Army.

Zeke Elliot is back in the Salvation Army.
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The Dallas Cowboys beat the Indianapolis Colts last night. One victory 54-19 Against a team that is constantly changing is to be expected when the team takes down a championship contender.

However, there is a problem. In three quarters, the Colts had a chance to upset the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football. Unfortunately, for the Colts, for the second week in a row, their solid defence has struggled. Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott went to work and the Cowboys’ dashed a total of 220 yards during the day.

All those platforms-and-pound, but at the end of three quarters, the Cowboys were just two points ahead. In fact, if it weren’t for Indy’s unsuccessful two-point conversion attempt Boys will draw with the Colts with 15 minutes left.

For those who’ve played the classic ’90s floppy, the Oregon Trail, at this point in the game is where the Colts’ wagon sinks into the water. Of their five sales, four occurred in the fourth quarter. The Colts were given a 33-0 lead by the Cowboys in the final inning of the game, but if a team with a head coach were temporarily knocked out of ESPN’s tournament, the defeat would give supporters confidence. for that star. helmet?

It was clear that in 13 weeks, the Cowboys had a superior defense. They entered Sunday night’s game in second place in the tournament in defensive weighted DVOA. Through 12 games, they only allow 20 points or more three times. That is why they were able to continue playing at the beginning of this season while Dak Prescott was benched because of a pitcher injury.

With a score of 8-3, with the remaining home game against the Philadelphia Eagles – the best performing team in the NFL – have much reason to feel better. However, even with a healthy Prescott, The Cowboys have yet to show themselves with much of an offensive burst.

For anything Jalen Hurts lacks as a typical passer, the Eagles still have an offensive line capable of making big plays. Their pass catchers are exceptional, and so are the Hurts on the ground. Prescott is mobile, but doesn’t change the game with his feet. While Tony Pollard has shown the ability to play big, it’s not like he’s 2016’s Ezekiel Elliott. Combine that with wide receivers who are more effective in the open field rather than stretching the line. vertically, and it’s easy to see why the Cowboys would tryand-against the Colts 3/4 last night. Almost that game, By the fourth quarter, the Cowboys’ had only a total of 165 yards of passes.

Defensively will keep the Cowboys in every game until the Super Bowl if they get that far. That unit is good. The way they destroyed the Colts last night shows that whatever offense they face between now and Valentine’s Day week is better off getting ready to fight.

But for the Cowboys to extend their season to that extent, their offense has to perform better than in Week 13.


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