Dallas Cowboys Victory, 43-20, is a Halloween treat for supporters.

The Cowboys’ Unbelievable Win.The Dallas cowboys’ Halloween treat will be a spine-tingling performance versus the Los Angeles Rams at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys’ home winning streak, now the longest in the NFL at 11 games, was extended in a contest that helped the club win 43-20.

QB Dak Prescott led this incredible accomplishment, completing 80.6% of his passes for 304 yards, a quarterback rating of 133.7, and four touchdowns. This was his first game following the 2021 season

The Dallas venth game overall with at least four scoring tosses.

Prescott’s Magnificent Show,Dallas Cowboys

Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, who had a career-high 158 yards on 12 catches, including two touchdowns, was Prescott’s main beneficiary in this game. Tony Pollard, meanwhile, added 53 yards on 4.4 yards per carry to his 102 yards overall to help the running game.

The Cowboys’ defense was every bit as outstanding as their offense. Matthew Stafford, the quarterback for the Rams, was subjected to constant pressure from the defense, which resulted in a 59.1% completion rate and a 78.2 quarterback rating. In addition to two sacks, the team also recorded five quarterback hurries, five pass breakups, and one interception.

In conclusion, the Cowboys were superior in many areas, such as total yards (387 to 280) and time of possession (35:28 to 24:32).

The First Quarter

Despite being benched after the first three drop-backs due to an illegal contact penalty by the Rams that kept the drive alive on third-and-11, the Cowboys quickly corrected themselves and surged ahead on the scoreboard. Prescott completed six of his next seven passes in the series, ending with a beautiful 18-yard touchdown pass to Jake Ferguson.

The Rams managed to make a comeback with a field goal, but the Cowboys defense disrupted the Rams’ attempt to reach the Cowboys’ 15-yard line, forcing a change on third-and-11. However, this was only as good as a 33-yard field goal.
Obre’s Remarkable Kick
To counter, Brandon Obre concluded a nine-play drive with a 58-yard field goal, marking the longest of his young career.

However, before the first 15 minutes expired, the Cowboys surged back on the board, leading 17-3. On the Rams’ next snap, cornerback Daron Blount positioned himself perfectly for a Stafford pass intended for Cooper Kupp, intercepting the ball and running it back 30 yards. This marked Blount’s third pick-six of the 2023 campaign and his ninth interception in the last two seasons, the most in the NFL during that period.

The Second Quarter

So, why not involve special teams? Firstly, the Rams punted from their own 12-yard line, and Sam Williams blocked the punt, thwarting the attempt to kick it safely out of bounds, and the ball went out beyond the last line of defense.

Immediately after that, Kavonte Turpin returned the upcoming punt to the Rams’ 13-yard line. Following two plays, Prescott struck Lamb with a 26-yard touchdown, which was a well-executed play.

The Cowboys extended their lead with Obre’s 27-yard field goal. Importantly, the drive took 17 plays and wasted 9 minutes and 57 seconds, providing much-needed rest for the defense in the final quarter.

The Third Quarter

As the second half began, the Rams started from where they left off, advancing 75 yards to the end zone, primarily through a 32-yard screen pass to Durell Robinson. Stafford then handed it off to Ben Skowronek for a 20-yard touchdown.

With a 33-10 lead, the Cowboys headed into halftime, leaving the Rams with a two-point conversion attempt. With 2:27 remaining in the third frame, they would travel 75 yards in 12 plays. They ended their drive with Royce Freeman leaping 1 yard for the first touchdown of the game. The Cowboys, leading 33-10, entered the break.

The Fourth Quarter

In the final quarter, the Rams started where they had left off and, from the exact spot they had started, began a drive requiring seven plays to travel 75 yards. Derrell Robinson found 1 yard out in the middle of the field for their first touchdown, and Stafford handed off to Ben Skowronek for a 20-yard score on their next snap.

With Obre’s 27-yard field goal, the Cowboys extended their lead. While the defense continued to perform admirably, the offense, led by Cooper Rush in place of the injured Stafford, along with several other starters on both sides, played conservatively.

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