The Cowboys win their first game against the Bengals

The Cowboys win their first game against the Bengals

In just two weeks of the 2022-23 season from NFLthem Cowboys of dallas They evoke a difficult campaign. In their first match, they fell 3-19 before Tampa Bay and they lost their quarterback, dakota Prescott for an injury.

In the last quarter of the match, ‘dak‘ suffered a blow to his right hand which ended up causing him to fracture his thumb which required surgery and will keep him out for at least six weeks.

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Copper Rush took control of the Cowboys offense

Due to the lack of Prescott, Cooper Rush took the quarterback job and picked up a last-minute heart win over Cincinnati; with his management, they scored a touchdown on their first practice.

The defense was also able to stop the Bengals long enough to keep them out of the red zone, but they got a field goal to end their first practice 7-3. Tony Tadpole He was also a vital player for the Lone Stars, who had one touchdown on two attempts.

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Already with 14 points in his favour, dallas put pressure on their defense, which totaled six sacks against Jo Terrierwho did not score, but field goals, in the first three bouts of the game.

The Bengals hurt the Cowboys in the fourth quarter

In the final quarter of the game, the Bengals got their first touchdown with a pass to Tee Higgins who put the marker 17-15; the decision of Zac taylor was to seek the two points, a goal that was achieved in the hands of Tyler Boyd to tie the game with less than four minutes to play.

The bone Cowboys they lost possession on offense, but Trevon Diggs stopped Boyd on the third chance and gave his team another chance to win. Brett Maher became the hero, with a 50 yard field goal, thus achieves its first victory of the 2022 season.

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Other NFL Week 2 Results

Atlanta Falcons 27-31 Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks 7-27 San Francisco 49ers
Houston Texans 9-16 Denver Broncos
Arizona Cardinals 29-23 Las Vegas Raiders



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