Cowboys vs Commanders

Cowboys lead the Commanders 22-10 in the fourth quarter

In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys lead the Commanders 22-10.

In an effort to end its two-game losing run, Washington will play the Cowboys in its first game wearing its black alternative uniforms.

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Kickoff at AT&T Stadium is at 1 PM.

TV: Fox

630 AM, 100.3 FM, and 105.9 FM

Result: Cowboys -3

Cowboys lead 22-10 after CeeDee Lamb’s touchdown grab.

Washington’s field goal was met with a touchdown by the Cowboys. Cooper Rush connected with wide receiver CeeDee Lamb in the open on a post route for a 30-yard touchdown two plays after Commanders cornerback William Jackson III was assessed a penalty for 38 yards of pass interference on Michael Gallup. (There are 14:54 left in the fourth quarter; Cowboys 22, Commanders 10)

In order to avoid being sacked, Carson Wentz stepped up in the pocket on third down from the Washington 27-yard line. He then threw on the run for wide receiver Jahan Dotson, who made a diving catch for a 31-yard gain. On the following play, Jonathan Williams broke through the line for a 23-yard run, advancing the Commanders into the danger zone.

Wentz was called for intentional grounding on second down, and Sam Cosmi was penalised for a false start, ending the promising drive and setting up third and long. J.D. McKissic gained nine yards after catching the ball over the middle, and Joey Slye then scored his first goal of the year, a 45-yard field goal that cut Dallas’ advantage to five. (There are 1:27 left in the third quarter; Cowboys 15, Commanders 10)

The Cowboys’ eight-point lead was boosted by a five-play scoring drive that was finished by a 28-yard field goal from Brett Maher. A 45-yard pass from Cooper Rush to wide receiver Noah Brown was the highlight of the march. (There are 4:56 left in the third quarter; Cowboys 15, Commanders 7)