The dallas cowboys they devastated the Minnesota Vikings by marker 40-3 in the match played from US Bank Stadium in the meeting corresponding to the Week 11 of the 2022-23 NFL season.
The game did not start as expected for the Vikingsthat in just his third play of the game lost the ball in a great defensive play by michael parsons to have possession of the ovoid and tip Kirk Cousins his first mistake of the match.
Dallas took advantage of the good defensive play and advanced enough for brett maher I could put the first points of the match with a g27 yard field ol. Immediately in the next series, Minnesota did the same and responded with three points of the leg of greg joseph for tie the game
From this moment on, the game turned completely in favor of the Vaqueros, who ended the quarter with a Ezekiel Elliot rushing score after covering 75 yards combining good passes from dak prescott and carries of tony pollard.
in the second room Dallas turned two more field goals by Joseph and had a touchdown courtesy of a short pass from Prescott to Pollardwho carried the ball 30 yards to get to halftime with a chest of drawers lead 23-3.
The third quarter opened with another connection between Pollard and Prescott but now in a quarterback bombing that resulted in Gain 68 yards and lead by 27 points to open the second half. After stopping the Vikings’ ineffective offense, Dallas scored again from seven, again on a short run by Elliot.
Up 37-3, Dallas he had no mercy and left the kicker Joseph in a difficult position to concretize three points, but Maher made it look easy and connected from 50 yards to seal the match 40-3 and give Dallas its seventh win of the season.
Now, Dallas step on the heels of New York Giantswho lost to Detroit and they also have 7-3 mark on seasonwhile the Vikings worsen to 8-2 on the season but remain atop the NFC North.
the rest of the NFL Week 11 is played as follows:
Thursday November 17
Tennessee Titans 27-17 Green Bay Packers
Sunday November 20
Philadelphia Eagles 17-16 Indianapolis Colts
Los Angeles Rams 20-17 New Orleans Saints
Chicago Bears 24-27 Atlanta Falcons
Washington Majors 23-10 Houston Texans
New York Jets 3-10 New England Patriots
Detroit Lions 31-18 New York Giants
Carolina Panthers 3-13 Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns 23-31 Buffalo Bills
Las Vegas Raiders 22-16 Denver Broncos
Cincinnati Bengals 37-30 Pittsburgh Steelers
Dallas Cowboys 40-3 Minnesota Vikings
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 7:20 p.m.
Monday November 21
San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals, 7:15 p.m.