New Orleans — Dallas Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn had to step in as acting head coach Mike McCarthy and enjoy the sideline vision because the unit he usually oversees freed the Cowboys from their recent coma through a series of important games.
Cowboys (8-4) interception saint Quarterback Tyson Mountain A total of four times-three times in the last 6 minutes and 32 seconds of the game, including defensive tackle Carlos Watkins in the 6th gear of the screen pass, and the score was scored with 2:52 remaining in the game Rewritten as 27-10.
“I finally saw his emotions and expressions on the sidelines,” Dallas Rookie outside linebacker Micah Parsons talked about Quinn, a former Atlanta coach who usually Dallas“It’s great to see a smile on his face, and it’s great to see the board of directors win again.”
As COVID-19 tested positive, McCarthy and five assistants failed to make the trip.
“I like to do hard things with a group of people, and this is one of those moments,” Quinn said with relief. “We want to make sure that Mike and all the people we missed, we have their support. Honestly, this is the only thing I worry about. I don’t want to disappoint them.”
this saint (5-7) Let the double-threat Hill start for the first time this season, I hope he can help New Orleans Capture the sliding of four games. He was effective in sprinting, passing 264 yards and two touchdowns-and ran for 101 yards-while his bowler’s middle finger was injured early.
“He played very hard, very courageous,” saint Coach Sean Payton said.
but HillIt turns out that he made too many mistakes to overcome because saint -Winner of NFC South in the first four seasons-First consecutive defeat since 2005, this is the season before Payton took over New Orleans.
“It’s very frustrating. This is unfamiliar territory to us,” Hill Said. “This is my fifth year, and I haven’t experienced anything like this since I became a saint.”
Dak Prescott passed the ball for 238 yards and a 1-yard touchdown to Michael Gallup.
Prescott was intercepted by Marshon Lattimore in the middle of the fourth quarter, but when Jourdan Lewis hit Hill’s arm with the ball and Damontae Kazee intercepted, the Cowboys cancelled the error.
“When the ball is in the air, our players catch the ball,” Parsons said, and his 10th sack of the season is over. saint Threats at the beginning of the fourth quarter. “We tried our best to control them. I mean, he ran out of the pocket, and we are trying to make him slow down and get the ball back.”
saint Catcher Deonte Harris turned the short pass into a 70-yard TD for the final score of the game.
this saint They started to slow down during their skid, and this game was no exception, as they failed to score in the first quarter for the fifth consecutive game.
this saint‘The first scoring threat came from their second attack, but Brettmacher’s 56-yard shot attempt went wide to the right.
Dallas Breaking through on the third possession, Prescott made a 41-yard pass to Amari Cooper in the middle, a horizontal pass to Lamb, and a 33-yard pass. New Orleans 1. Prescott then pitched to the right corner, Gallup jumped on cornerback Bradley Robbie, twisted the ball, his feet almost touched in bounds.
this saint Earlier in the second quarter, Lil’Jordan Humphrey’s 24-yard TD caught the ball to tie the score, but never led.
After Greg Zuerlein’s 55-yard field goal Dallas Up 10-7, saint Later in the second half when they drove to Dallas 26. But HillThe pass to the left touchline was knocked down by receiver Kenny Stills and intercepted by Jayron Kearse at position 5. The latter swooped to steal the floating ball while dragging his toes on the turf before going out of bounds.
Dallas No injuries were reported during the game.
saint: A few hours before the game, saint After missing the first two games due to an ankle injury, defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon was placed in the injury reserve. … Juwan Johnson injured his neck after jumping 27 yards to catch the ball at the end of the first quarter.
Cowboys: Visit Washington on December 12.
saint: Visit the New York Jets on December 12.
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