Dallas Cowboys put up a historical 54 points and crushed the Colts
Dallas Cowboys have a five-game winning streak out of their past six games, and Sunday night’s 54-19 defeat of the Indianapolis Colts was their most dominant performance in this NFL season. The Cowboys squad continuously prove itself as a Super Bowl contender and creates the possibility of being the winner.
THE DALLAS COWBOYS WILL WIN THE SUPER BOWL. pic.twitter.com/9sPLcFnLwt— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) December 5, 2022
The Dalls’ defence had five constrained turnovers, including two block attempts by DaRon Bland, a rookie cornerback and one from previous Indianapolis guard Malik Hooker. Damone Clark and Sam Williams (Rookies) represented the remaining turnovers by driving a fumble.
What an Interception by Malik Hooker! #Cowboyspic.twitter.com/7oMAUJ07aj— TheColdWire.com (@thecoldwire) December 5, 2022
Dallas Cowboys offence was additionally very useful as Dak Prescott scored three touchdowns, one to CeeDee Lamb, and two TDsto Michael Gallup. Tony Pollard included two scores on the ground, while Malik Davis(rookie) and Ezekiel Elliott added one TD score each.
Last week multiple Cowboys players were fined for using the Salvation Army bucket to celebrate, so Dak and Zeke paid their fines.— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 5, 2022
Tonight Dak and Zeke did their own celebration in the Salvation Army bucket 😂🙌
The Dallas Cowboys have scored 199 focuses in their last five games, making it the highest in that range inside a solitary season in establishment history.
The Cowpokes scored 54 points, the fifth most in a match in the franchise’s history. They are the leading group to score eight TDs against the Indianapolis Colts since the Patriots on November 18, 2012.
The Match Highlights
It was a close match after Alec Pierce pulled in a pass from Matt Ryan, making it 21-19 (two-point transformation fizzled) in the 3rd quarter. Dallas answered with its most memorable half score, as Michael Gallup got his fade from Dak Prescott, making it 28-19 on his 2nd score of the challenge.
Firstly, Mo Alie-Cox is getting a screen and bumbling on the first play of the Indianapolis’ next drive, bringing about a scoop-and-score for Hooker, the Dallas’ security who was drafted fifteenth in 2017 by the Indianapolis Colts.
Matt Ryan finds Ashton Dulin in the endzone to put the Colts back on top! 🎯pic.twitter.com/qPRmFA9vHL— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) December 5, 2022
Then, Matt Ryan threw his second interception, this time by Bland, which drove Tony Pollard to break out a thirty-yard run for his second TD, scoring 40-19.
In any case, the Dallas squad still needed to be done. On the ensuing drive, Ryan was taken out again by Bland.
Mike McCarthy, the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, concluded it was Ezekiel Elliott’s chance to score a TD, and he did as such while celebrating in the Salvation Armed force pot.
Zeke Elliott with the jack-in-the-box celly after putting the Cowboys up 47-19 😅pic.twitter.com/kDBVGdd64Z— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) December 5, 2022
Furthermore, to make it four turnovers in succession by Indianapolis, Matt Ryan was strip-sacked by Odighizuwa, with Dallas recuperating. They nearly ran it back for six additional points until it was ruled. The player was somewhere around contact.
By then, Cooper Rush got out on the field to free Prescott from his obligations. Three plays later. They got those six pints, this time from freshman running back Malik Davis, who scored his most memorable professional score on a 23-yard run, making it 54-19.