Dallas cowboys - Game Recap: Second-Half Surge Beats Giant

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Author - joshai

Much like many of us who are fighting the tryptophan slumber after the Thanksgiving feast, the Dallas Cowboys were a little slow to start during their annual holiday game against New York Giants. New York Giants. 

However, the longer the game played as the game progressed, the more Cowboys seemed to emerge from their slumber. 

An opening half that was a struggle to a deficit ultimately resulted in Dallas climbing back during the second half and securing a victory of 28-20 against their NFC counterparts. 

Similar to the Cowboys their own team Dak Prescott's performance was one of two halftimes. 

In the first two-quarters Prescott was 6-for-10 with 116 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions, which equated to an average of 44.8 passing rating.  

However, he completed 15-of-20 passes, 2 touchdowns, 145 yards with no interception in the second quarter, and finish with a decent 91.1 passing rating. 

CeeDee Lamb set the 100-yard milestone in receiving yards the second time in the season, while also incorporating highlights reel catches on his way to a 106-yard performance