Cowboys convert Amari Rodgers’ fumble into go-ahead touchdown

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The Packers looked like they were going to have good field position to start their second possession of the second half. Bryan Anger was punting deep in Cowboys’ territory, but Amari Rodgers fumbled during the return.

C.J. Goodwin forced the fumble and Sean McKeon recovered for Dallas at the Green Bay 45.

Rodgers has four fumbles on special teams this season.

The Cowboys needed only four plays to go the remaining 45 yards. CeeDee Lamb caught a 30-yard pass from Dak Prescott to set up Tony Pollard‘s 13-yard touchdown run with 7:14 left in the third quarter.

The Cowboys lead 21-14.

Pollard, starting for Ezekiel Elliott for the second consecutive week, has 72 yards on 14 carries.

Lamb has eight receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown.

3 responses to “Cowboys convert Amari Rodgers’ fumble into go-ahead touchdown

  1. Put me in, coach. I can hold on to the ball. I can even waive for a fair catch so they can’t strip it on the return too.

  2. Packer fans have been calling for Amari to be benched. Are they smarter than their 12 year old coach?

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