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Cowboys vs Vikings

Due to a blowout, CBS or Fox will occasionally break away from a matchup and swap what game some portions of the country get. That happened during the Dallas Cowboys’ blowout of the Minnesota Vikings, as CBS shifted most of the country’s attention to the Cincinnati Bengals’ game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is a one-point game as the third quarter comes to a close. When the network switched to the AFC North game, the Cowboys were up 37-3 over the 8-1 Vikings. The Vikings had lousy fun, but they won’t have to dwell on it for long because the New England Patriots are coming to town on Thanksgiving night.

Cowboys vs Vikings:

The Cowboys-Vikings game was the network’s game of the week, but it has already been replaced by the far more competitive Steelers-Bengals battle. We’re sure there are plenty of Cowboys fans who are displeased with this decision, but their displeasure is likely mitigated by the fact that their team has dominated the Vikings since the opening kickoff. Dallas led 23-3 at halftime and extended its lead with third-quarter touchdowns from Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott. Pollard and Elliott both scored touchdowns today. Even if the rest of the game is lost, the Cowboys have won to improve to 7-3 on the season, two games behind the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC East.

Cowboys Initiated the Second Half:

The Cowboys took the field, and Dak Prescott connected with Tony Pollard for a 68-yard touchdown in less than three minutes. Dallas now has six possessions and six touchdowns, while the Vikings are just starting. After the Vikings’ offense went three-and-out for the second time, the Cowboys piled on with a 1-yard touchdown run from Ezekiel Elliott. The Vikings’ defence became the first this season to allow scores on each of their first seven possessions, making it 37-3.

Vikings Game Play:

Once again, we ask everyone to raise four fingers above their heads because we’ve reached the fourth quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium. As we enter the game’s final fifteen minutes, your Minnesota Vikings are behind the Dallas Cowboys by a score of.37-3. The Cowboys had to punt the ball away for the first time today after the Vikings punted again! And with that, CBS gave us a “more competitive game.” Well, most of you outside of the Twin Cities area did. This has been a bad game all around, but thankfully it’s almost over as the Vikings trail 37-3 entering the fourth quarter.

Vikings Made the Best Comeback:

The Vikings (8-2) had dominated comebacks in an NFL season with the smallest average winning margin, none more so than last week at Buffalo when they reversed a 17-point deficit late in the third quarter into an overtime triumph. This week, Parsons told Prescott and the offence that the Cowboys would never again blow a 14-point fourth-quarter lead, as they did in overtime against Green Bay in franchise history. They executed a near-perfect game plan with remarkable ease against a squad that entered the week tied for the league’s best record.

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