Dallas Cowboys vs Cincinnati Bengals
This past weekend, Ezekiel Elliott not only helped his team to a 30-7 victory over the Bengals, but he also helped Santa Claus make good on one kid's Christmas list.
DeMarcus Lawrence set the tone last week with a game-changing play, something his coach says has been the norm here in recent weeks.
Dalton Schultz's season began with him just battling for a roster spot, but will end with him joining some elite company.
The Cowboys forced three turnovers on the first three drives and never looked back in Cincinnati. Let's recap the win with key moments, players and stats from the game.
The Cowboys' front office has backed Mike McCarthy all season, and Stephen Jones made clear again Monday that McCarthy will be back in 2021.
Here are my 10 quick points from the Cowboys' 30-7 win over the Bengals.
By beating the Bengals, McCarthy and the Cowboys kept alive their slim playoff hopes and their goal of creating momentum heading into next season.
It's amazing what a positive turnover differential can do for a team.
Elliott gritted through a calf injury, and Pollard continued to shine as a kickoff returner and complementary running back.
Winning the game was important, but how they won is even more meaningful.
Andy Dalton was never going to make Sunday about himself. That's just not his personality.
True to form, Amari Cooper isn't about to change his tune now.
Description: Plays that might get forgotten include the second play of the game and a crucial holding call on the Bengals.
The Cowboys defense forces fumbles on the Bengals' first three possessions to spark a 30-7 victory.
Let's recap another wild week for the Cowboys that included a rare Tuesday game and a quick turnaround as the starting QB heads to a familiar place.
Michael Gallup admitted the frustration of the Cowboys' 3-9 record, but said he won't let it linger and still eyes a 1,000-yard season.
You want the youngsters to play? As Mikey Spagnola points out in his Friday column, they already have been.
Looking back, the Cowboys probably made too many changes to their defensive scheme during a shortened offseason, Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones reflected.
What category has Amari Cooper, Terrell Owens and CeeDee Lamb? Find out in this week's group of Big Facts.
Andy Dalton is back in his home state with the Cowboys, but this week he's preparing to the face the team that gave him his NFL start nine years ago: Cincinnati.
Despite being limited in practice coming off a short week, Ezekiel Elliott sounds as if he's ready to fight through a calf injury this Sunday vs. Cincinnati.
Tuesday night's loss to Baltimore once again called the Cowboys' ability to finish into question. At this late stage in the season, can they find a way to put their best foot forward?
Watch Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton's best throws from 2-TD return to Cincinnati in the Week 14 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Watch highlights from the Week 14 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Fourth-down touchdown! Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard sneaks inside pylon for score.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein launches 55-yard field goal through the uprights.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb slips a tackle for a 32-yard catch.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott shows vision for 26-yard run.
Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard enters high gear on 60-yard kick return.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton's pinpoint missile dots wide receiver Amari Cooper for touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper makes leaping toe-tap grab along sideline.
Dallas Cowboys safety Darian Thompson's hit stick forces fourth-down fumble for Cowboys.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end Aldon Smith's first NFL touchdown is 78-yard scoop-and-score sprint.
Dallas Cowboys vs Cincinnati Bengals