So we’re still stuck inside. Might as well make the most of it, right? Get a hobby, start a project…never mind let’s just watch some old Dallas Cowboys games!
Here’s your rewatch list for this weekend, featuring three games from three of the Cowboys most successful seasons over the last two decades. You can watch these for free using NFL Gamepass until May 31st.
Cowboys vs. Eagles: Week 14, 2018
400 yards passing from Dak Prescott, 113 yards rushing from Ezekiel Elliott, and 200 yards receiving capped off with an overtime game winner from Amari Cooper. This week 14 thriller had it all, with the Dallas Cowboys coming up with a massive home win.
The win improved the Cowboys to 8-5, propelling them to a dominant division lead and putting them in a great place to clinch a playoff spot. Enjoy the rewatch this weekend to see Prescott out-duel Carson Wentz on the divisional stage.
Cowboys at Steelers: Week 10, 2016
How about another offensive explosion from those new-looked Dallas Cowboys?
Heading into this week 10 matchup, the young Cowboys were already 7-1 and looked to be on the way to a number one seed in the NFC. Questions were still surrounding just how good rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott were at the time, however, and they needed to put their stamp down and earn a “signature” win.
This was that win.
Dez Bryant had one of his best performances with Prescott, going for 116 yards and a touchdown during this classic regular season game. Elliott brought home the game winner though, with one of the best runs of his young career.
Cowboys at Bears: Week 14, 2014
This is a game mostly forgotten from an incredible 2014 season, so let’s rewatch it this weekend to remember how dominant that Cowboys offense was at their peak. Coming off a tough Thanksgiving day loss, the Cowboys went on the road to take on the Bears in freezing cold Chicago.
And they absolutely dominated.
While the other two games on this list were close, heart-pumping games, this one is a nice relaxing butt-kicking. Tony Romo threw for three touchdowns, Orlando Scandrick picked off Jay Cutler, and Dallas cruised to a 41-28 win.