Jason Witten has had plenty of practices this offseason, but he took another step in his comeback by starting Saturday's game. He even contributed with a clutch reception to move the chains.
Let's get this part of the way. The Rams didn't have any defensive starters playing. And the Cowboys were without arguably their four best offensive players in Zeke, Cooper, Zack Martin and Tyron Smith.
The Cowboys are heading back to Dallas with their first win of preseason – and a productive cameo from quarterback Dak Prescott and company.
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The last time the Cowboys faced the Rams, the stakes were much higher obviously. But the defense didn't have its best performance that night in LA, and saw the season come to a crashing end.
While practice evaluation is always important, we all know these guys are judged even more by what happens in the game.
See the highlights from the Preseason Week 2 game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Rams.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Donovan Olumba tackles Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Austin Proehl in the back field.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Devin Smith catches an 8-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Cooper Rush.
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Dont e Deayon and Dallas Cowboys linebacker Justin Phillips grab back-to-back interceptions.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback C.J. Goodwin recovers a punt return fumble by Los Angeles Rams wide receiver JoJo Natson.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard rushes for a 14-yard touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup catches a 31-yard pass from quarterback Dak Prescott.