Dallas Cowboys Pick Up An Easy Seventh Straight Victory


Cleveland Browns jumped out to 3-0 lead to start the game. They had a good first drive. Sadly for them, that’s all they had against this impressive Dallas Cowboys team. It was a total dominance from that point on. Dallas responded with a touchdown drive and never looked back after that.

The final score of this game was 35-10 in favor of the Cowboys. They got a bit cute at the end as they inserted their third-stringer Mark Sanchez to finish the game off. He made a few plays but handed the ball to Alfred Morris more often than not.


Garrett decided to award his rookies with some rest late in the fourth. Morris saw most of the carries while Sanchez was the one doing the kneeling in the end.

Prescott and Elliot were highly impressive. If we had to pick Rookie Of The Year right now, we are not sure who would we pick. Elliot has been off the charts so far, but Prescott is the one that is playing the most important position in the game and since he is at the helm of ‘Boys they are on the impressive score.

But, that is a different topic for a different day. The most important thing is that Dallas Cowboys looked good, played good, got their seventh straight victory and are still leading the whole NFC. Right now they are 7-1 and looking strong. There is no doubt about the fact that they are for real and one of the contenders for top positions. The opponent was far from great, but any win is a good win.