Dak Prescott saved the Dallas team!

Published Date   21st Dec. 2017, 10:14 am
Dak Prescott saved the Dallas team!




Picture credit: The Landry Hat
The Dallas Cowboy walked away with the victory, and two of their players walked away with a great remembrance.

In the game, the team was in pressure to win to keep their playoff hopes alive and the return of running back Ezekiel Elliott relevant, the Cowboys pitched into The Black Hole and took a 20-17 victory over the Oakland Raiders.

And thanks to a strategical game played by quarterback Dak Prescott and safety Jeff Heath, the Cowboys are  8-6 now while the Raiders fall to 6-8 — their playoff hopes all but erased.

Dallas Cowboys strong safety Jeff Heath defends during the second half of play at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, November 8, 2015.
Dallas Cowboys strong safety Jeff Heath defends during the second half of play at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, November 8, 2015

Picture credit: The Dallas Morning News

Dallas team was ahead because Dak Prescott turned a 4th-and-1 on his  39-yard line with a quarterback sneak really to the final link of the chain that referee Gene Steratore was in the compulsion to use a piece of paper to make his ruling.

Their outstanding performances were more than enough to land them the Sunday Night Football game balls.

Charean Williams, one of the pros of Football Talk mentioned that Dallas has a history with Steratore.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr drove for the pylon with 31 seconds remaining for them to win the game, but then he lost control.

Dak Prescott, Dallas quarterback converted a 4th-and-1 on his own 39-yard line with a quarterback sneak.

Dan Bailey knocked the game-winning field goal after seven plays.

 

Dallas has to survive to reach to the postseason, but Sunday’s result and the kind of risks its coach were willing to accept, sent a comment to the rest of the NFC that it isn’t going away just yet.


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