In their most exciting fashion yet, the Dallas Cowboys found a way to pull out an improbable win on the road last Sunday, beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 35-30.
With 42 seconds and 3 timeouts remaining, the Cowboys faced a 1 point deficit. Then, rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott went to work, driving down the field and scoring the game winning touchdown.
For the 8th straight game, let’s take a look at the top 5 plays from last Sunday’s big win.
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DeMarcus Lawrence, back.
After serving a four game suspension and taking a few games to get back into the fold, D-Law had arguably the best game of his career. After 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, a forced fumble, and a huge sack, Lawrence earned my “unsung hero” of the week.
On this play, Lawrence beats the offensive tackle with a nice speed rush, and comes away with his first sack on the year.