After that tight first half in which Dallas mostly played from behind, they came out gunning in the second period and never gave Joe Flacco and his Ravens a chance for the comeback. 24:17 was the closest that they got in the latter half of the duel, but a drive that resulted in Dallas’ field goal ended the game.
This was the first match after Tony Romo spoke out and said that his job is to help Prescott and squad going forward. Tony was active for the Dallas Cowboys, but there was no need for him to be on the field as Dak ended up having a great game after a slow start in the first quarter.
He finished with three touchdown passes and 301 passing yards on 26 completions. He didn’t throw any picks, and he also didn’t have any fumbles. He started 4/10 passing, but picked it up from there and threw only three more incompletions in the last three periods of the match.
This Dallas win is another big one as the Giants also won their duel against Chicago Bears in Week 11. A victory here against the Ravens is what is keeping their lead over the Giants intact and far from reach. Two-game lead is a nice reserve to have this late in the season, but Cowboys need to continue winning in order to remain at the top of the NFC East and the whole NFC. What could see so far, they are ready to go all the way and even to try to get the top spot and final game.