Greg Zuerlein’s 39-yard field goal ties Cowboys-Vikings at 13 entering the fourth quarter

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The Cowboys may be able to steal a win against the Vikings.

At the start of the fourth quarter, the Sunday night contest between Dallas and Minnesota is tied at 13. Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein hit a 39-yard field goal with four seconds left in the third period to even the score.

He was in position to do so because receiver Cedrick Wilson continued his big night, this time with a trick play. On first-and-10 from the Dallas 42, Wilson tossed a 35-yard pass to fellow receiver CeeDee Lamb, putting the Cowboys at the Minnesota 23. Wilson was a high school quarterback and looked the part with a zinger of a throw.

Wilson also had a 73-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter.

The Cowboys have lost linebacker Jabril Cox for at least the rest of the game to a right knee injury. Cox, who mainly plays special teams, was injured on a punt.

6 responses to “Greg Zuerlein’s 39-yard field goal ties Cowboys-Vikings at 13 entering the fourth quarter

  1. unknownvikingfan says:
    October 31, 2021 at 11:14 pm
    The refs are going to get the W for us! Go Vikes

    ????????????

    Another sad packer fan wishing he was a Vikings fan

  2. What was the deal on the trick play with the defender holding Lamb down with his arms around his neck and the ref had to pull him off with no penalty called?

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