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Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys had already answered their worst showing of the season when the star quarterback took off on a fourth-down scramble near the goal line.

The powerful punctuating touchdown finished a blowout of Atlanta on Sunday.

Prescott also threw for two TDs, Ezekiel Elliott scored twice and Nahshon Wright recovered a blocked punt in the end zone a week after touching one kept Dallas from getting the ball as the Cowboys rolled to a 43-3 win.

“Last week just wasn’t us,” said Prescott, who ran through linebacker Mykal Walker at the goal line on his 4-yard TD even though he already had the first down. “Everybody in our locker room knows that. It left a bad taste in our mouth. I think it’s a taste we needed in a sense to understand how tough this game is.”

Plenty of things that went wrong for the Cowboys in last week’s blowout loss to Denver that ended a six-game winning streak went right to help the NFC East leaders get back on track.

Offensive execution was among them, starting when coach Mike McCarthy tried to send a message by taking the ball to start the game instead of deferring after Dallas won the coin toss.

The Cowboys (7-2) looked much more like the NFL’s No. 1 offense with Prescott throwing the first of two TD passes to CeeDee Lamb on the opening drive and Elliott finishing two others kept alive by fourth-down conversions, all before halftime.

“We had to go out there and set the tone,” said Elliott, who was otherwise quiet with 41 yards on 14 carries. “You know we wanted the ball, we wanted to hit them in the mouth first, we wanted to go score first, and that’s what we did.”

The first half ended with a sequence that led to the highest-scoring quarter in franchise history (29 points in the second) and Dallas’ biggest halftime lead (36-3) since 1971.

Dorance Armstrong’s one-armed block of Dustin Colquitt’s punt was recovered by Wright in the end zone with 37 seconds remaining in the first half. A week earlier again Denver, Wright touched a blocked punt past the line of scrimmage without securing the loose ball, and the Broncos recovered to retain possession.

Atlanta (4-5) had 12 men on the field for the extra point, so the Cowboys went for the 2-point conversion from the 1. Elliott added another plunge across the goal line.

Matt Ryan led the Falcons to the Dallas 20 in just four plays on their first possession before settling for a field goal. Ryan didn’t get that deep into Cowboys territory again, threw two interceptions — including Trevon Diggs’ NFL-leading eighth — and was pulled before the end of the third quarter with Atlanta down 43-3.

Prescott was 24 of 31 for 296 yards before sitting in the fourth quarter, while Ryan finished with a 21.4 rating. He was 9 of 21 for 117 yards with the Falcons coming off a 27-25 win over New Orleans that was their third victory in four games.

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35 thoughts on “Dallas Cowboys vs Atlanta Falcons | Recreation Changer Movie Research + Extra”
  1. Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys had already answered their worst showing of the season when the star quarterback took off on a fourth-down scramble near the goal line.

    The powerful punctuating touchdown finished a blowout of Atlanta on Sunday.

    Prescott also threw for two TDs, Ezekiel Elliott scored twice and Nahshon Wright recovered a blocked punt in the end zone a week after touching one kept Dallas from getting the ball as the Cowboys rolled to a 43-3 win.

    “Last week just wasn't us,” said Prescott, who ran through linebacker Mykal Walker at the goal line on his 4-yard TD even though he already had the first down. “Everybody in our locker room knows that. It left a bad taste in our mouth. I think it's a taste we needed in a sense to understand how tough this game is.”

    Plenty of things that went wrong for the Cowboys in last week's blowout loss to Denver that ended a six-game winning streak went right to help the NFC East leaders get back on track.

    Offensive execution was among them, starting when coach Mike McCarthy tried to send a message by taking the ball to start the game instead of deferring after Dallas won the coin toss.

    The Cowboys (7-2) looked much more like the NFL's No. 1 offense with Prescott throwing the first of two TD passes to CeeDee Lamb on the opening drive and Elliott finishing two others kept alive by fourth-down conversions, all before halftime.

    “We had to go out there and set the tone,” said Elliott, who was otherwise quiet with 41 yards on 14 carries. “You know we wanted the ball, we wanted to hit them in the mouth first, we wanted to go score first, and that’s what we did.”

    The first half ended with a sequence that led to the highest-scoring quarter in franchise history (29 points in the second) and Dallas' biggest halftime lead (36-3) since 1971.

    Dorance Armstrong's one-armed block of Dustin Colquitt's punt was recovered by Wright in the end zone with 37 seconds remaining in the first half. A week earlier again Denver, Wright touched a blocked punt past the line of scrimmage without securing the loose ball, and the Broncos recovered to retain possession.

    Atlanta (4-5) had 12 men on the field for the extra point, so the Cowboys went for the 2-point conversion from the 1. Elliott added another plunge across the goal line.

    Matt Ryan led the Falcons to the Dallas 20 in just four plays on their first possession before settling for a field goal. Ryan didn't get that deep into Cowboys territory again, threw two interceptions — including Trevon Diggs' NFL-leading eighth — and was pulled before the end of the third quarter with Atlanta down 43-3.

    Prescott was 24 of 31 for 296 yards before sitting in the fourth quarter, while Ryan finished with a 21.4 rating. He was 9 of 21 for 117 yards with the Falcons coming off a 27-25 win over New Orleans that was their third victory in four games.

  2. All I’m saying mahomes a passing junkie so I hope we come up with at least 2 picks and slow them down and mess with they confidence

  3. Dallas needs to go and do training and workouts as a team in denver.. they must just have a hard time with the elevation there or something. Alot of sports teams say it's harder to beath in the mile high city. Maybe that is why that perform so bad there all the time.

  4. Fox interrupted my game at the beginning of the 3rd quarter it changed to a Tampa Bay game.. I was so mad because that was the bast game dallas has played in a long time and I missed most of the 2nd half..

  5. Cee Dee Lamb goes back in the slot Gallup is a number one reciver and can take the top off so he gets the attention that Cee Dee Lamb was getting when Gallup was out Now that Gallup is back Cee Dee Lamb will get a lot of One on Ones I think the Chiefs Will leave Gallup in single this week Gallup may go for over 200 2 or 3 TDs

  6. Mannn Law some may agree some may not but get Greg the leg out of there my man was 5 for 5 on the FG's nobody talking about that I feel Greg would have missed one bro… Go Cowboys good to see MG 13 back Lamb was able to go back to the slot that vertical deep threat is always great…

  7. This offense pose to many problems don’t see no defense with the personnel to stop both pass and run to many weapons

  8. A big shout out to Anthony Brown. The man has gotten so much sharper with his technique and he's been making plays this year. He got an int himself and he deflected another pass that Lewis picked off. He's been getting tighter and tighter in his coverage.

  9. Wasn't sure about where the Chiefs would be at they haven't played well but they played much better this week.
    Well need to start fast get them down and keep them off their game going into KC is tough enough but they are on the come up need to bottle Patrick up be patient they will use quick passes to counter speed of rush
    #10 gotta know where he's at and who's got # 87 ?

  10. Thanks for the film session HAPPY VICTORY MONDAY ✌.
    HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS.
    how bout them chiefs YALL NEXT. BELIEVE THAT.

  11. Gallup, COOOOP, Lamb, Zeke, Pollard, Oh and we still have Shultz, Wilson and Brown.

    Now next week, our defense will have its hands full. The only way to beat K.C is blitzing Mahommey and stopping the slants and come backs on Kelce

  12. This was the biggest win by the Cowboys in regards to point differential since Dallas beat the Cardinals 48-7 in 2000. That's 21 years, ya'll!

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