Tony Pollard paces Cowboys' backfield duo in win with 189 yards: 'We've got to keep that going all year'
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Author - joshai
Tony Pollard wasn't only great to The Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. He also scored more points and yards than the other team was playing against, that is, the Minnesota Vikings.
The Cowboys had a dominant performance in every aspect of the 40-3 beating of the Vikings who entered the game with an 8-1 record
Dak Prescott ran for 276 yards and only three interceptions, Brett Maher was 4-4 with field goals (including three of them from 50+ yards) and Dallas defense was able to thwart the Vikings.
"We knew we needed to respond after last week," Prescott stated. "If we can continue to do this, this team can be special."
Pollard's best moment of his season shouldn't be ignored in this exceptional season. He ran for 189 yards off the scrimmage
and also caught two touchdown passes of thirty and 68 yards without getting an Vikings defense after either of the catches
The 68-yarder that broke the game wide open early into the final quarter Pollard stated to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero