The Cowboys and Seahawks have completed the first half of Week 13. As these sides headed to the locker room at half-time, Pete Carroll’s side were contemplating depression. Geno Smith’s final touchdown pass to wideout D.K.
Dallas has been able to dominate opponents thus far and maintain their home-court advantage. There has been no such explosion in the first two quarters at AT&T Stadium while Seattle has held its own against the Cowboys. With the ball inside the five-yard line on the opening drive, the Seahawks were able to limit the Cowboys to a field goal, and Metcalf’s 73-yard touchdown reception and run gave them an early lead this time and The Cowboys haven’t trailed at home so far, That gave the Seahawks the lead. Metcalf, meanwhile, ended the first half with more than 100 receiving yards, most of which came in the first quarter.
The Cowboys offense found a rhythm after that touchdown and scored on three consecutive drives, two of which culminated in touchdown passes from Dak Prescott Prescott currently leads the league in touchdowns this season thanks to his scoring. Dallas appeared to take the lead a minute into the half, but shortly before the half, the Seahawks took the lead on an eight-play, 75-yard drive that took less than ninety seconds.
Will the Cowboys mount a comeback to defend their home field in the second half, or will Seattle hold on to pull the upset? Feel free to join us as we analyze this battle here on the blog.
The Cowboys are considered Super Bowl contenders. They have shown a very strong case through 11 games.
Throughout that time, Dallas has been a bit of a wrecking ball, and in 2023, it shows its strength against teams at the bottom of the league.
Tony Pollard, CD Lamb and Dak Prescott run an offense that can rival the best. Conversely, the Cowboy defense is one of the best in the league. Micah Parsons is always a contender for defensive player of the year. Dan Quinn’s team has found a star in Daron Bland, one of the NFL’s most potent threats on the field, despite the injury to Trevon Diggs.
When the ‘boys play the Seahawks on Wednesday night, they will be back in the spotlight. Seattle is a tough opponent, as they entered the semifinals with a team that lacked flash and showed consistency throughout the season
The Seahawks lost their last two games, most notably on Thanksgiving Day against the fiery 49ers. With their third straight loss, they could be out of the running for a postseason berth. That’s about as high stakes go, especially this early in the year.
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FRISCO – The Dallas Cowboys want to continue their home winning run when they visit the Seahawks on Wednesday Night Football. The win at AT&T Stadium gives Dallas a 14-game streak. That would be the team’s longest winning streak since the Cowboys won fourteen games in Texas in 1979–1981.
After a devastating game against the 49ers in Santa Clara, Dallas won three straight and five of six. Despite the all-time win, the Cowboys are still two games back of the Eagles in the NFC East lead.
After a strong start to the season, Seattle has dropped two straight games and three of four. Thanks in part to the 49ers’ 31-13 victory at Lumen Field last week, what was once a share of the NFC West lead has fallen to two games behind San Francisco.
Led by quarterback Dak Prescott, the Cowboys have led the NFL in points per game in Week 12, averaging 31.5 and 42.3 over the past three. Dallas leads the league in home scoring, averaging an impressive 41.0 points per contest.
Seattle is No. 18, they average 20.8 points per game on the court, but only 18.6 when playing away.
The Cowboys’ toughest game begins Wednesday. Their next five opponents have a combined 37-18 record, including the top three teams in the league—Philadelphia, Miami and Detroit.
Although Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith was out last time out with a hit oblique, he was not included on the early-week injury report Monday and it is encouraging that he will be available for the game on Wednesday.
Coach Pete Carroll said that although running back Ken Walker III was one of six players who did not practice Monday, he hopes to play Thursday.
The Cowboys won the coin toss before the game and elected to take the ball.
FIRST QUARTER: Cowboys 10, Seahawks 7
In the case of the touch-back, the kickoff goes into the end zone.
After Prescott goes up the middle for a two-man gain, Prescott and Lamb connect at the 50-yard line for a first down with Member at the 50-yard line
Pollard gets no advantage from the right tackle after Prescott hits Ram again for eight yards to the left. Day Cooks looks deep in right to SEA 23 for 19 and 2 for SEA 42 first down on third.
Around end one, the Rams blast left end for six, and Prescott gets Pollard to flat left for first and down five.
Day throws incomplete to the Rams, and Prescott fails to connect with Ferguson across the middle. Dak and Turpin are tied for third and tenth from the SEA 12 and first down for ten points.