Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott left to a sluggish start versus the Packers, however lost no time at all looking precise versus the Vikings. On the very first drive after the strip-sack by linebacker Micah Parsons, Prescott provided a precise toss to tight end Dalton Schultz however he couldn’t confine it, leading to a Dallas basket.
On the next drive, Prescott was an ideal 4-for-4, consisting of an essential toss on 3rd to pass receiver Michael Gallup for a 14-yard gain. Following the conversion, running back Tony Pollard broke off protectors for 18 and 20-yard gains back-to-back. Set up at a loss zone, running back Ezekiel Elliott did what he does best, diving into the endzone to take a 10-3 lead.
The 10-play, 75-yard drive was a strong one for the Cowboys’ self-confidence to take pressure off of the defense. Elliott’s goal is his fifth of the year, earning a living at the objective line.
Story initially appeared on Cowboys Wire