Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks
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Perhaps it was overshadowed in the wake of a crazy game, but it was not a forgotten talking point.
This time, the Cowboys left too much time on the clock when they made their fourth-quarter rally. Find out what really happened as the Seahawks made just too many plays from start to finish.
While Seattle's "Wilson" proved to be too much for the Cowboys Sunday, they had a breakout performance from Cedrick Wilson, who carried over his training camp success to the field.
It's arguably the biggest question coming out of Sunday's loss to Seattle, and the Cowboys had an answer ready.
Last year, Dak Prescott came within just one yard of Tony Romo's single-season passing record for 4,903 yards.
As pretty as Russell Wilson's final stat line looked Sunday – 315 passing yards, 5 touchdowns, no interceptions – Aldon Smith and the Cowboys' defensive front didn't make it easy for him.
It was literally just a week ago that special teams saved the day for the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys had their chances in this game, but left too many plays on the table and too much time for Russell Wilson. Here are some quick takes from Sunday's loss in Seattle.
The way this season is headed, Dak Prescott can expect the ball in his hands with the game on the line every single week.
It's going to be lost in the shuffle of another bonkers Cowboys game, but it was a small sign of maturity from a rookie in a trying situation.
The Cowboys held their own against the high-powered Seahawks, but turnovers, penalties and poor special teams play ultimately cost the team in a 38-31 loss.
Cornerback Chidobe Awuzie has been placed on Reserve/Injured with a hamstring injury, and the Cowboys have added more depth at cornerback and offensive tackle ahead of Sunday's game at Seattle.
On Aug. 16, a little more than two weeks after the Cowboys reported for the start of training camp, they signed Pro Bowl defensive lineman Everson Griffen.
"I'll cherish that moment forever. … I'm looking to hopefully see it again and again."
The Cowboys enjoyed a thrilling comeback win last week, but now have another tough task waiting in Seattle. Check out the staff writers this week as they offer up their predictions for Sunday.
Everything you need to get ready for Sunday's game is here as we bundle up all of the top headlines, videos and sound bites from the Cowboys as they prepare to face Seattle.
Here are a dozen interesting facts to know ahead of Sunday afternoon's matchup at 3:25pm CT on FOX.
Here are my thoughts on how this game could play out this week.
It's a testament to the year we're living through that the starting quarterback's press conference could touch on so many different topics.
With Russell Wilson and Seattle up next, the Cowboys' defense is examining the best ways to make improvements from the first two games.
Even though he practices one-handed catches, and came up with one last Sunday, Amari Cooper said his game-changing play should've been a TD.
Watch Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's biggest throws in the Week 3 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
Watch highlights from Week 3 matchup game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Seattle Seahawks game.
Dallas Cowboys kicker Greg Zuerlein sends 42-yard kick through to give Dallas fourth-quarter lead.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers bobbles Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott's throw right into wide receiver Michael Gallup's hands for huge play.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott unloads cannon on 52-yard pass to wide receiver Michael Gallup.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup beats Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers deep for 43-yard touchdown strike.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Ced Wilson scores second touchdown of 40-plus yards.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Ced Wilson enters HYPERSPEED on first catch of 2020 for 40-YARD touchdown.
Can't-Miss Play: Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs forces clutch fumble on Seatlle Seahawks DK Metcalf for touchback.
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot powers through Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner for strong goal-line touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott dials up deep strike to wide receiver CeeDee Lamb on free play.
Dallas Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks