Cowboys have two rushing touchdowns, lead 14-3

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The Cowboys had no problem moving the ball against the Chargers in the first quarter. They had 174 total yards, including 76 rushing yards, and 13 first downs.

Oh, yeah, they also scored 14 points.

Dallas leads the Chargers 14-3.

Tony Pollard had a 4-yard touchdown run and Ezekiel Elliott a 5-yard score. Pollard has 34 rushing yards on five carries and Elliott 29 on eight carries.

The Chargers had only seven offensive plays in the first half, getting a 46-yard field goal from Tristan Vizcaino following Asante Samuel‘s 26-yard interception return of a Dak Prescott pass.

Trevon Diggs has an interception of Justin Herbert, who is 6-of-7 for 59 yards.

2 responses to “Cowboys have two rushing touchdowns, lead 14-3

  1. Why is CBS intentionally blurring out the background showing the stands on all camera shots so that you can’t see that 80% of the fans are for Dallas? I mean, who cares? It looks downright bizarre.

  2. 8 rushes for 28 yards. Short of 4 yards per carry and it will get worse as the game goes on. When teams put a stop to the Dallas run game, Dak throws for 400 yards and they lose.

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