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NFL Week 8: Dallas Cowboys Outclass Los Angeles Rams

Impressive Victory and Record Home Winning Streak

NFL Week 8: The Dal­las Cow­boys put on a spec­tac­u­lar per­for­mance at AT&T Sta­di­um, secur­ing a 43–20 vic­to­ry over the Los Ange­les Rams. In this com­pre­hen­sive win, they extend­ed their home win­ning streak to 11 games, cur­rent­ly the longest in the NFL. Here’s a break­down of their remark­able tri­umph:


Dak Prescott led the charge, deliv­er­ing an excep­tion­al per­for­mance. He com­plet­ed 80.6 per­cent of his pass­es for 304 yards and four touch­downs, earn­ing a quar­ter­back rat­ing of 133.7. This marked his eighth career game with at least four touch­down pass­es and his first since the 2021 sea­son.

CeeDee Lamb’s Record-Breaking Game and Strong Ground Game

CeeDee Lamb was the pri­ma­ry ben­e­fi­cia­ry of Prescot­t’s bril­liance, with 12 catch­es for 158 yards, set­ting career highs, and secur­ing two touch­down grabs.

The run­ning game also con­tributed to the team’s suc­cess, with Tony Pol­lard aver­ag­ing 4.4 yards per car­ry for 53 yards. In total, the Cow­boys’ ground attack accu­mu­lat­ed 102 yards.

Dominant Defensive Performance

The Cow­boys’ defense was equal­ly impres­sive, keep­ing Rams quar­ter­back Matthew Stafford under pres­sure through­out the game. Stafford com­plet­ed only 59.1 per­cent of his pass attempts for 162 yards, earn­ing a rat­ing of 78.2. The defense record­ed two sacks, five quar­ter­back hits, six tack­les for loss, one inter­cep­tion, and five pass breakups

In addi­tion to their dom­i­nant play, the Cow­boys out­per­formed the Rams in time of pos­ses­sion (35:28 to 24:32) and total yards (387 to 280), mak­ing their vic­to­ry look easy.

NFL Match: Quarter-by-Quarter Highlights

First Quarter

Despite ear­ly sacks on Prescott, the Cow­boys quick­ly rebound­ed, with Prescott con­nect­ing with Jake Fer­gu­son for an 18-yard touch­down. The Rams man­aged to score three points with a field goal.

Second Quarter

Spe­cial teams joined the action, with a blocked punt lead­ing to a safe­ty and a 63-yard punt return to set up anoth­er touch­down pass from Prescott to Lamb. The Rams scored a touch­down but failed their two-point con­ver­sion attempt.

Third Quarter

he Rams start­ed the sec­ond half with a touch­down, but the Cow­boys respond­ed with a 27-yard field goal, con­trol­ling the clock in a 17-play dri­ve.

Fourth Quarter

The defense stopped the Rams on fourth down, allow­ing Prescott to con­nect with Brandin Cooks for a 25-yard touch­down. The game end­ed with both teams scor­ing a field goal.

The vic­to­ry was indeed an impres­sive dis­play of the Cow­boys’ prowess on both sides of the ball.

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