FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Dak Prescott promised not to miss any time after straining his right calf on the touchdown pass in overtime that gave the Dallas Cowboys their first
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FRISCO, Texas -- Quarterback Dak Prescott promised not to miss any time after straining his right calf on the touchdown pass in overtime Sunday that gave the Dallas Cowboys their first win at New England since 1987.
The Cowboys made it hard on themselves, but came through in the clutch.
The Cowboys ran four plays from the 1-yard line, but Bentley's heads-up play on fourth down capped the goal-line stand for the Patriots' defense.
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Dak Prescott connected with CeeDee Lamb for a touchdown pass in overtime, and the second-year wide receiver waved goodbye to New England Patriots cornerback Jalen Mills as the Dallas Cowboys picked up a thrilling 35-29 victory Sunday
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Plays that might get forgotten include Cedrick Wilson’s fourth-down catch and losing the coin toss.
Dallas wins a wild overtime game, Dak Prescott suffers a calf injury, Trevon Diggs ties the NFL record for most consecutive games with an interception, and more.
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In extending their winning streak to five games with a victory at New England, the Cowboys couldn’t even beat themselves.
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Another win for the Cowboys!
DALLAS (4-1) at NEW ENGLAND (2-3)
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The Cowboys (4-1) have the NFL’s second-ranked offense this time, are armed with a rejuvenated Dak Prescott and look as equipped as they’ve ever been to beat the Patriots for the first time during the Bill Belichick era.
Can the New England Patriots make it two-in-a-role with a victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday?
<p>Quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott will try to guide the Cowboys to their fifth consecutive victory when they face the Patriots in Foxborough, Mass., at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday in a game televised by CBS.</p><p></p><p>The Cowboys (4-1) have been on a roll since the season opener, which they lost 31-29 to the Buccaneers on a field goal as time expired, and have won two of their last three games by at least 20 points. They rank second in scoring offense with 34 points per game and total offense with 439.6 yards per game.</p><p></p><p>The Patriots (2-3) scored 16 unanswered points to beat the Texans 25-22 last week after back-to-back losses. They're trying to avoid their first 0-4 start at home under Bill Belichick, who has never lost to the Cowboys while serving as the Patriots' head coach.</p><p></p><p>Stay tuned here for more news and analysis from <em>The Athletic</em>'s NFL staff. New subscribers can get 50 percent off a new subscription to coverage of all sports at The Athletic. Want a free subscription to <em>The Athletic</em>? <a href="https://theathletic.com/betmgm-redirect?redirect_type=offer&zone_id=1649446" target="_self">Sign up for BetMGM</a> and bet $10 and win $200 in free bets plus a free three-month subscription (or renewal).</p><p></p><p>Cowboys at Patriots: <a href="https://theathletic.com/nfl/boxscore/?id=17773" target="_self">Box score</a> | <a href="https://theathletic.com/2775636/2021/10/17/cowboys-at-patriots-spread-odds-picks-and-trends-expert-predictions-for-nfl-week-6-game/" target="_self">Odds</a></p><p></p><p><em>(Photo of Mac Jones: David Butler II / Getty Images)</em></p>
The Pats list six inactives, as opposed to the Cowboys listing five for Sunday’s Week Six matchup at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.