Cowboys piling on, now holding 37-3 lead on Vikings

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The Cowboys are rolling. The Vikings aren’t.

Dallas has 365 yards and a 37-3 lead on the Vikings, and it’s safe to say Minnesota will not rally today.

The Cowboys have scored on all seven possessions, with four touchdowns and three field goals.

Ezekiel Elliott scored his second 1-yard touchdown with 8:15 remaining in the third quarter. He has 15 carries for 42 yards in his return from a knee injury that kept him out two games.

Tony Pollard has two touchdown receptions, covering 30 and 68 yards. He has caught six passes for 109 yards and 11 carries for 56 yards.

Dak Prescott is 19-of-22 for 251 yards and two touchdowns. He had a 35-yard throw to Noah Brown to the Minnesota 1-yard line to set up Elliott’s latest touchdown.

The Cowboys have picked on cornerback Andrew Booth Jr., who has had a tough day.

18 responses to “Cowboys piling on, now holding 37-3 lead on Vikings

  1. Remind me again who besides the Bills have Minnesota beaten that wasn’t without there starting QB or missing key players?

  2. Refs wearing blue and silver stars or what?

    Vikings were totally robbed. Dallas holding on every play.

  3. codylaws says:
    November 16, 2022 at 11:34 am

    Dat will be running for his life, that’s for sure. Vikings 26 Cowboys 17

  4. teddykeenum says:
    November 16, 2022 at 2:41 pm

    This will be an easy Vikings win. I say 2 tds. The cowboys are the frauds

  5. Gonna be hard to fix things before Thursday night, and then the Jets come to town. The clock may have struck midnight on these guys…

  6. The Vikings haven’t seen a beating like this since they burned their ships at Largs.

  7. I’m a Dolphin’s fan so take this with a grain of salt….I do not believe for one minute that the Vikings would have beat Miami if Tua had been playing.The Vikings are gonna be in bad shape with the left tackle out.

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