Buffalo Bills 26-15 Dallas Cowboys: Bills fight back to beat Cowboys in Dallas

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The Buffalo Bills scored 26 straight points to beat the Cowboys on Thanksgiving night.
Josh Allen finished 19 of 24 passes for 231 yards and one touchdown, and added 43 yards and one score on the floor in an impressive display.
Meanwhile, the Bills forced two turnovers of Dak Prescott and also took the ball since they clamped down to the NFL’s No crime.
The Bills have a much more powerful grasp at 9-3, while Dallas autumn to 6-6 nevertheless maintain their top spot in the NFC East before the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Cowboys hit as after profits to the Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott, Prescott rolled right and found tight end Jason Witten from eight yards out.
Head coach Jason Garrett wished to prove he wasn’t’coaching scared’ following a week’s defeat to New England after he went to it to a fourth-and-one from his line.
From that moment onwards, all endings was lost by Dallas, although the call paid as Prescott converted using a QB sneak. That drive ended with a punt, along with the Greens tied the match on the resulting one.
Beginning in their own 15, Allen directed an push – helped by a Devin Singletary jog – which was restricted by a 25-yard attack to former Cowboy Cole Beasley. Since Beasley broke free and sprinted up the middle to the end zone to make it 7-7, allen purchased time and hauled across his body.
In their second drive, disaster struck for Dallas as Prescott back-pedalled and threw an ill-advised pass right to the arms of Bills tackle Star Lotulelei. Even though Buffalo took over from the opposing lineup, they were pushed by a sack back and Stephen Hauschka field goal from 50 meters avoided them taking the lead.
After receiving the ball back, then it flipped back over again. Rookie Ed Oliver looped around to the blindside of the QB and steered at the ball away, allowing Trent Murphy to recuperate – in Dallas territory.
This time, Buffalo succeeded in receiving points from the turnover – through a trick perform that was well-executed. Whereas Singletary was left on the sideline A set of hand-offs in the backfield place the ball in the hands of recipient John Brown. Brown threw a great spiral took back the rookie that strolled from 28 yards out to make it 13-7 later Hauschka missed the XP.
Prescott was spared that a third straight turnover since Micah Hyde’s interception was cancelled by a hands to the face penalty, however the Cowboys back came empty-handed as despite forcing to field goal range, Brett Maher’s 35-yard effort was blocked to end the first halfof
A Haushka 41-yard kick made it to make it 16-7 Buffalo after half-time, however, the kicking woes of Dallas continued. A Michael Gallup catch had moved them but faced with a 47-yard effort, Maher now sliced the ball wide to the right.
In conclusion, Allen came up with a perfect drive to put the game off. He also passed his way into the zone, subsequently from 15 yards out, moved to the right pylon for his eighth rushing touchdown of the year and also a 23-7 lead and then evaded the Dallas pass rush.
In the fourth quarter, Dallas were deep in Buffalo land with a chance but the ball turned over. First, Prescott fired at Elliott’s toes at the goal line, and second, Murphy forced a fumble the Cowboys jumped on behind the line of scrimmage.
Buffalo put together an 11-play drive that resulted to create it 26-7 and took over seven minutes away from the clock, and all that was left was a consolation touchdown from Prescott into Ventell Bryant.
Next up, the Bills face a tough test as they host the Baltimore Ravens next week.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys face a trip into the Bears, then host the Rams ahead of their all-important showdown with the Eagles in Philadelphia in Week 16. They will complete the year.

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