Dallas Cowboys Football at it’s best for sure. It was the battle of the 5-0s – New England vs. the Dallas Cowboys. Who would come out the victor with a perfect 6-0 record and who would fall to 5 -1. The game had all the makings of a classic including two first rate quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Tony Romo, and two colorful receivers, Randy Moss and Terrell Owens.
On this day, in the end, it was not to be for the Dallas Cowboys as the New England Patriots proved to be a very mighty opponent. It took a lot for Tom Brady and the Patriots offense to stave off the Dallas Cowboys. With little running game, until the fourth quarter when the Dallas defense had become weary, Tom Brady was the story of the game passing through the air completing 31 of 46 passes, for 388 yards and five touchdowns (a career game best for him).
When it appeared as if momentum was shifting to the Cowboys, Brady and the Patriots offense proved to be too much for the Dallas defense. Eventually New England ran away with the game winning 48-27. The Cowboys gave it a good go and never stopped trying. With their first loss of the season behind them the Cowboys looked ahead to their next opponent at home, the Minnesota Vikings. Having learned some lessons and grown as a team the Cowboys were eager to face off against the Vikings who had won five straight over Dallas. The Cowboys got off to a good start as Romo led his team down field on a 14 play, 80 yard drive that ended in a five-yard touchdown pass to Terrell Owens.
The Vikings answered back with a touchdown of their own evening the score at seven. The Vikings struck again scoring a defensive touchdown following a Cowboys fumble and closed out the half with a 14-7 lead. In the second half the Cowboys took advantage of great field position to tie the game. A blocked field goal in the third quarter resulted in a return and touchdown for Dallas making the score 21-14. A field goal in the fourth quarter clinched the game as the Cowboys went on to a 24-14 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. เว็บแทงบอลUFABET
Following Week 7 the Cowboys find themselves with a 6-1 record. They have a bye this week – time to reflect a little on the season thus far and time to fully concentrate on the season ahead. The team is eager to get back on the field and determined to win. The Cowboys next face the Philadelphia Eagles in Philadelphia. Hopes are riding high for the fans and the players.