For almost a half, it appeared that might be the case.
Prescott threw for 301 yards on 27-of-36 yards with three scores in a 27-17 victory.
Some Ravens questioned the late-hit call – Joe Flacco said he had not heard a whistle and Zuttah could have thought the play was still going – but the penalty left the Ravens with 2nd-and-16. That makes it all the more impressive to get the win.
Prescott threw three touchdown passes, two to Dez Bryant, in the first game with Tony Romo as his backup, and the Cowboys set a franchise regular-season record with their ninth straight win, beating the Baltimore Ravens 27-17 on Sunday.
Ravens: A key NFC North matchup with Cincinnati in the first of consecutive home games. The Dallas defense doesn’t scare anyone, which is why keeping it off the field for two-thirds of the second half is such a brilliant plan. Both drives ended with TD passes to Bryant, who had six catches for 80 yards.
Every Sunday during the NFL season, countless Americans that practice Christianity are forced to choose between seeking God’s touch and watching their favorite football teams (or fantasy players) seek touchdowns. Winston also connected on a touchdown pass to tight end Robert Cross. That made it a 24-10 game.
“This is what the Cowboys do”, he said with 11:30 left in the game.
In fact, the Ravens are trying so hard to hang onto whatever momentum they’ve captured thus far in the season that they’re starting to show some attitude on the field. The drive lasted 6 minutes, 26 seconds.
Dak Prescott started the game going 4-of-10 with 31 passing yards. Where the Ravens really struggled was against the refs. They also established their own running game with three straight long runs on their second drive of the game. National Football League rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott (1,005 yards) first player since Ahmad Rashad in 1974 with two go-ahead touchdowns in final two minutes in same game in win over Steelers. The 1977 team opened the season 8-0 and went to the Super Bowl.
The Cowboys have won nine in a row and are 9-1 overall for the fourth time ever – first time since 2007.
The Ravens got on the board first. This was one of his cleaner games of the season (269 yards on 35 attempts), but he still misses too many routine throws and throws short of the sticks on third down way too often. First, it was rookie Kenneth Dixon cutting back through the middle for a 20-yard gain.
Luck finished 15 of 28 for 262 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The victory, against the NFL’s No. 1 defense, gives Dallas a 9-1 record. Following back-to-back penalties on the offensive line, Prescott led Dallas out of a first-and-30 hole.
During a five-play stretch of the second quarter, Prescott lofted a flawless back-shoulder deep ball to Brice Butler on third-and-6 for 41 yards.
From the start, the Ravens’ top-ranked defense was handicapped by Jimmy Smith’s absence with a back injury, having to cover the Dallas receiving corps with the undersized Tavon Young and Shareece Wright, whose hamstring trouble had kept him inactive for four of the last five games.
After Prescott’s touchdown strike to wideout Cole Beasley, though, the Dallas offense returned to being a well-oiled machine.