The Los Angeles Rams and their league-leading scoring offense visit AT&T Stadium for a noon kickoff against the Dallas Cowboys.
Follow along with WFAA Sports as the Cowboys look to stop star running back Todd Gurley and get back on track on the offensive side of the ball.
A SEVENTH field goal from Greg Zuerlein were the final points of the game, putting the score at 35-30 Los Angeles.
James Hanna's first career touchdown brought the Cowboys within two, but, after two two-point attempts -- one successful and one unsuccessful -- were nullified by penalty, a third try failed.
Greg Zuerlein's fifth and sixth field goals of the day put the Rams up by eight with just under 10 minutes to play.
Thanks to a 53-yard touchdown pass to Todd Gurley, the Rams find themselves in the lead for the first time.
After both teams punted on their first drives of the second half, the Rams drove 54 yards and settled for a 30-yard field goal to make it 24-19.
The Cowboys defense opened the third quarter by forcing a three-and-out, which included a Demarcus Lawrence sack after a quiet first half.
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Dak Prescott made several great plays with his feet on the Cowboys' final drive of the first half, spinning out of tackles and finding receivers downfield. He dodged an Aaron Donald sack to find Dez Bryant to galvanize a nine-play, 75-yard touchdown drive. It was Brice Butler dragging his feet in bounds in the endzone that earned six for Dallas.
The Rams kicked a field goal as time expired in the first half to make it 24-16.
Despite a questionable call of an incomplete pass on a Jared Goff pass to Robert Woods in the end zone -- which was upheld by replay -- the Rams found the end zone with six-and-a-half minutes to play in the first half. Goff found Cooper Kupp for a seven-yard score on the ensuing play.
The Rams' touchdown was set up by a fumble on a punt return by Cowboys wide receiver Ryan Switzer.
Alfred Morris, who was active a week ago but didn't play, took his first carry Sunday 70 yards to the Rams' five-yard line. After one Ezekiel Elliott touchdown run was overturned because his knee was down before the ball cross the goal line, Zeke punched it in from a half-yard out to put Dallas up 17-6.
A long Pharoah Cooper kick return put Los Angeles in scoring position. A five-play, nine-yard drive ended with a second Greg Zuerlein field goal to make it 10-6.
The second play of the second quarter was a screen pass to Ezekiel Elliott, who broke a tackle and made an impressive dive to the pylon for a touchdown.
The Cowboys' first play from scrimmage was a 36-yard completion from Dak Prescott to Dez Bryant. A 64-yard drive had the Cowboys in the red zone, but they settled for a 34-yard Dan Bailey field goal.
The Los Angeles Rams responded with a Greg Zuerlein field goal on the ensuing possession.
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