The Dallas Cowboys shocked the football world as they upset the Seattle Seahawks, 30-23, on the road to improve to 5-1 as the Seahawks fell to 3-2.
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The Dallas Cowboys proved once and for all that they are contenders by defeating the Seattle Seahawks, 30-23. They were able to do this in Seattle, which is a rare accomplishment in the NFL.
The Cowboys were down 23-20 in the fourth quarter, but quarterback Tony Romo completed a deep pass to wide receiver Terrance Williams on third-and-20 to set up a touchdown run by running back DeMarco Murray.
Kicker Dan Bailey kicked a field goal two minutes later to give the Cowboys a 30-23 lead, and Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw a game-ending interception.
Romo was not afraid of the Seahawks defense as he threw for 250 yards and two touchdowns on 21-of-32 passing. Murray continued to run amok as he rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown on 29 carries. This brings Murray’s total to 785 rushing yards and six touchdowns.
For the Seahawks, Wilson was held to 126 yards and an interception on 14-of-28 passing. However, he was able to come up with a rushing touchdown. Running back Marshawn Lynch rushed for 61 yards on 10 carries.