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Fourth QuarterWith only a two-point lead https://www.dallascowboysfanshop.com/Roger-Staubach-Jersey , it all comes down to a Seahawks’ onside kick without a kicker...Cole Beasley makes the easiest catch ever on the worst onside kick ever. GAME OVER!! From 3-5 to 10-6 and now a playoff win for the Cowboys!!!Facing 2nd and 1, the Cowboys make a critical mistake by not covering Tyler Lockett and that’s an easy run for him as Seattle has life. Just seconds later, the Seahawks convert a 4th down for the touchdown and two-point conversion. Even better, Dak’s conversion forces Seattle to use their final timeout with under three minutes to play. On 1st and goal...why not let Dak finish this drive! TOUCHDOWN COWBOYS! Dallas leads 24-14! Facing 3rd and 14...the Cowboys run a QB Draw...Rayne Dakota Prescott delivers with help from the All-Pro guard Zack Martin!As we’ve often seen, the Cowboys pick the worst time to commit a penalty, Noah Brown’s illegal formation moves Dallas back five yards. The Cowboys feed the ball to Zeke and he delivers a heck of stiff arm to the Seattle defender! HOLY SMOKES! Cowboys in the red zone!Facing 3rd and 8, Dak is incomplete on the pass but now the refs call PASS INTERFERENCE on KJ Wright to give Dallas a first down. Zeke is stopped short, two-straight times as Dallas will be looking at a 3rd and four. On the 3rd down attempt, Cole Beasley is mugged by the Seattle corner and we have another PI call to keep this drive alive.Russell Wilson trots back out on offense but two penalties on his offense backs them too far to convert. The Cowboys defense turns the Seahawks away without anything off the pick that should never have been.However, as Dak fires the ball to Noah Brown, he’s draped by KJ Wright on a questionable no call for contact, it’s bobbled and INTERCEPTED by Wright in the end zone. PI...No call? Really? Ok.On first down, Amari Cooper makes a huge catch!!! Seattle challenges the rule but it stands!Seahawks try to run the ball but Carson is met at the line by Tyrone Crawford and DeMarcus Lawrence. Seattle is forced to punt and Tavon Austin makes them pay!Two-plays later, Dak takes it in himself but is stopped short of the goal on review. Zeke is tripped up on his first attempt but he takes it in on his second for the COWBOYS TOUCHDOWN!! Cowboys lead Seattle 17-14.On the next Cowboys’ drive, facing a 2nd and 8, Prescott finds Amari Cooper wide open for 34-yards down to the Seattle-16. Third QuarterWithout a kicker, Sebastian Janikowski is ruled out, but no big deal on fourth down for Doug Baldwin as he hauls in a 17-yard grab. A few plays later, Russell Wilson sneaks it in and the Seahawks convert the two-point try, taking a four point lead as we head to the final quarter.After forcing Seattle off the field again, Seattle’s punter Michael Dickson gets aid by his unit, downing the ball at the Dallas-2. Three short plays later for zero yards, Blake Jarwin picks up a flag backing up the punt try for Chris Jones. Tyler Lockett doesn’t need much as the Cowboys give the Seahawks great field position.Seahawks starts with the ball after the half but it’s a quick three-and-out after four yards. On the ensuing Cowboys drive, Ezekiel Elliott is stuffed by Bobby Wagner on 3rd and 1, forcing the punt on 4th down. Second QuarterIn Cowboys-fashion, special teams spots Tyler Lockett 50-yards and Seattle will get a field-goal try from 57-yards...NO GOOD...Cowboys lead 10-6 at halftime.Now, in the red zone, with time winding down, Prescott gets two more completions before he finds Michael Gallup in the end zone...TOUCHDOWN COWBOYS!With 1:43 on the clock Emmitt Smith Color Rush Jersey , Dak goes to work finding Cooper and Blake Jarwin in two-straight plays to set up 3rd and 1. The hand-off to Zeke gets a whole lot more than one-yard:After nothing on first down, Wilson somehow finds Tyler Lockett at the Dallas-30, while being buried by DeMarcus Lawrence. On2nd down, Carson loses four yards and we’re at the two-minute warning. Wilson finds Carson for 7 on 2nd and 14 but Doug Baldwin can’t beat the coverage on 3rd down. Sebastian Janikowski nails the 42-yarder and it’s a 6-3 lead for Seattle. The difference here has been Wilson’s three 20+ yard passes leading to two field goals. Dallas has 0 big plays so far but they get a chance before half.The Cowboys get some big plays out of Amari Cooper and Zeke on back-to-back plays. Seattle’s Frank Clark beats Tyron Smith on the 2nd down to sack Prescott for a loss of ten. Brett Maher comes out to attempt a 58-yarder and it’s wide right. No points for the Cowboys and Seattle has a little momentum before half.A pretty nice start for the Cowboys ends on 3rd and 12 after La’el Collins is called for a hold. After the Cowboys’ punt, Russell Wilson heaves it deep for Tyler Lockett and he makes the 40-yard grab. Inside the Dallas-10, the Seahawks can’t get much more and the Dallas defense holds them in the red zone to a three-point answer, we’re tied at three. A real nice save by the Cowboys defense...again.First QuarterTouching in it’s lowest form is now a penalty on special teams? Tavon Austin catches the punt and drives up field all the way for a touchdown but Kavon Frazier’s hold brings it way back as Jason Garrett is hot with the officiating. First quarter ends with Dallas 3, Seattle 0.Two Carson carries on back to back plays for the Seahawks. On 3rd and 6, Maliek Collins busts through for the SACK on Wilson!The Seattle pressure almost gets to Dak on first down but it’s an incomplete pass. Blake Jarwin is called for a ticky-tack hold and the Cowboys end up punting again after they can’t make the 3rd and 11. On first down, Chris Carson gets blown up by Cowboys tackle Antwaun Woods for a loss of eight. 2nd and 18, Woods is there again to tackle Carson after five yards. Russell Wilson can only get three yards and Seattle will punt for a second time.Ezekiel Elliott is able to take two runs for eight-yards but Dak misfires to Michael Gallup on 3rd and 2 about five yards out of bounds. Cowboys punt it deep to Seahawks, who begin at their own 23. The Cowboys are back on offense and face a 3rd and 7 two plays later, Prescott hits Allen Hurns for 14-yards and the first down. Hurns was injured on the play and it doesn’t look great as they have to bring out the cart for him. The Seahawks begin after the touchback, Seattle runs the rock with Chris Carson two-straight times but the Cowboys defense denies the 3rd and 2. Seattle is forced to punt and Dallas has a three-and-out on defense after pressure forces the incomplete pass as Jaylon Smith blows it up reads it.Elliott takes a screen pass for nine on first down to set up shop right at the Seattle-23 but the Cowboys can only get two on 3rd and 10. Brett Maher kicks the 39-yard field goal to give Dallas a 3-0 lead.The visiting Seattle Seahawks won the toss and deferred, Cowboys offense will start with possession. The Cowboys start with a handoff to Ezekiel Elliott for five yards, followed by a 14-yard completion to Amari Cooper to give Dallas fresh downs. Zeke picks up another five yards on first down and Dak Prescott throws a dart to Cole Beasley for 14-yards but Beasley was shaken up on the play. Pregame Inactives:Cowboys: G Xavier Su’a-Filo, DL David Irving, LB Chris Covington, RB Darius Jackson, S Darian Thompson, DL Dorance Armstrong, QB Mike WhiteSeahawks: FB Tre Madden, WR Malik Turner, CB Kalan Reed, RB Bo Scarbrough, OL Elijah Nkansah, DL Branden Jackson, DL Rasheem GreenNFL playoffs and the Dallas Cowboys - that’s about as good as it gets. This Saturday night the Cowboys will host the Seattle Seahawks in one of the NFC Wild Card games for the right to move on to the Divisional round. Earlier this year, the Cowboys traveled to Seattle and were solidly defeated by the Seahawks 24-13. But as everyone who follows the Cowboys knows Deion Sanders Jersey , that was a different team. The addition of Amari Cooper, the change of offensive line coach, the growth of the young players on the roster have all helped to transform this team.The defense is playoff-caliber and the offense can now reach that level, just doing it on a consistent basis has been tricky. Last week’s win over the Giants was a confidence boost for Dak Prescott, and revealed Blake Jarwin as a possible weapon in these playoffs. The Cowboys game plan was a little different and turned out to be wildly successful. This week, they get a rested Ezekiel Elliott back on the field.Dallas is riding momentum and has home-field advantage. The Seahawks counter with Russell Wilson who is so tough to contain and a Seahawks team that has improved as the season rolled on. These are two evenly matched squads.The season is on the line Saturday night. What You Need To KnowImportant links: Cowboys depth chart | RosterDate: Saturday, January 5, 2019Game time: 8:15 PM ESTLocation: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TXTV channel: FOXCoverage Map: 506 SportsAnnouncers:Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews, Chris MyersRadio: 105.3 The Fan | Full listings | Westwood One |SIRIUS: 88 (WW1), 82 (Sea), 83 (Dal) | XM: 88 (WW1), 226 (Sea), 225 (Dal)Streaming: Fubo | NFL.com GamePass (audio only during game) | FoxSportsGoCowboys record: (10-6)Seahawks record: (10-6)Odds: Dallas-1Prediction: Dallas 23 - Seattle 21Enemy blog: Field GullsTwitter: BloggingTheBoysFacebook: Please Like us! After the Dallas Cowboys lost at home to the Tennessee Titans, many fans had finally had enough with Jason Garrett. Whether it’s his conservative nature toward the ends of games, challenge flag gaffes, or the propensity to stick things out way too long - Garrett’s Cowboys weren’t winning football games. And with a 3-5 record at the midway point, it looked as if the wheels were coming off the Cowboys 2018 season. Water cooler discussions included a plentiful array of names circulating around as potential replacement candidates for Garrett. Buzz even spread regarding Jerry Jones “affinity” for Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley, which had some wondering if the end was truly near for the Cowboys second-longest tenured head coach.Three games have passed and the “Fire Garrett” chants have subsided. Just as losing draws them out, winning will cause them to vanish - at least for a while. And that’s exactly what the Cowboys have done. Win. The Cowboys went into Lincoln Financial Field to face the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles in a battle that determined which team still has something to play for and which team has some serious soul-searching to do. With the odds stacked against them, the Cowboys emerged victorious and their 2018 season was still alive. The very next week, the Cowboys again went on the road and again faced a crucial game. This time it was against the Atlanta Falcons - a team they had not beaten since 2009, a team that sent them into a losing skid last year when they learned they were not equipped to win without All-Pro left tackle, Tyron Smith. But things were different this time around. The Cowboys won the game and continued breathing, while the Falcons playoff hopes are on life support.And this past Thursday, the Cowboys continued to show that they are still fighting with a win over the Washington Redskins. Tyron Smith did not play in that game Troy Aikman Color Rush Jersey , yet the Cowboys offensive line didn’t miss a beat. With three offensive line reserves, Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott, and Amari Cooper all shined, putting up over 400 yards of offense against a good Redskins defense. Sean Lee did not play in that game, yet the defense carried on. The Cowboys D forced a season-high three turnovers.A team that couldn’t win back-to-back games throughout the first half of the season has suddenly strung together three straight victories. They are now atop the NFC East and are favorites to win the division. Yet all this is happening with the same head coach doing Jason Garrett-things.When the team doesn’t perform, it’s understandable that people are upset. And for years with Garrett at the helm, the Cowboys have not lived up to expectations. Sure, he only has one losing season on his entire head coaching career, but he also only has one playoff victory during this time. That’s going to make the natives restless.And what makes it worse is that through adversity, Garrett can be seen with a stoic expression on his face, as if he’s completely detached from the misery we are all experiencing. Does he not get it? Why isn’t he jumping all over his players who are screwing up? Instead, he’s seen chewing away at his gum, clapping excessively, and patting his guys on the shoulder as if to say, “hey, you did your best, we’ll get’em next time.” How infuriating.Except that’s not how it’s going down at all. For starters, Garrett has emotion; a lot of it. Garrett just doesn’t scold his players after they mess up. They know they messed up. Instead, he keeps positive energy flowing and gets them to focus up - the single most important thing they need to do at that given point in time. That’s why this team is so good at responding through adversity. How many times has it felt like the team has given a game away, only to come back with some fight? We’re all disappointed with that loss in Washington a month ago, but did you even expect to have a shot in that game after Dak Prescott fumbled the ball in the end zone for a Redskins touchdown and trailed by a two-score deficit in the fourth quarter? Or how about the Eagles game where all of sudden Philadelphia’s offense scored touchdowns on two straight possessions. It looked as if the worm had turned and Philly had all the momentum, but what did the Cowboys do? They kept fighting. The offense kept scoring and the defense made stops. And let’s not forget when Julio Jones scored Atlanta’s first touchdown of the game with under two minutes left to play in the game. We started sensing they were going to let the game slip away. But it didn’t. A very focused Cowboys team marched down and kicked the game-winning field goal.Dak Prescott is one of the best quarterbacks in terms of fourth-quarter comebacks since he came in the league. You know who else was good at fourth-quarter comebacks? Tony Romo. Both those guys deserve a lot of credit for showing up big when it counts, but it’s also a testament to the team as a whole. The Cowboys always fight under Garrett.Jerry Jones continues to express his support for his head coach, even if people think it’s just lip service. Jones wants to win football games. How can he have so much patience with this guy when the team has disappointed so much throughout the years? I can only attempt to answer this question with the same answer as to why I love Garrett - he believes he possesses the right traits to lead the Cowboys to a championship. And what are those traits, exactly?Garrett is a highly intelligent person and those around him know immediately that this guy’s knowledge of the game is impressive. Coaches around the league will talk about it, praising him for how he sees the game. That’s why Nick Saban spoke so highly of him and hired him as his quarterbacks coach in Miami even when he had no desire to take a guy who had no coaching experience whatsoever. Just a few minutes talking to him was all he need to realize that Garrett was his guy.Garrett is a great motivator. He inspires others to be their best. He allows them to be themselves, play with passion, and understands that people are fallible. If you’ve ever seen that successful people/unsuccessful people poster Amari Cooper Color Rush Jersey , the successful side is laced with Garrett attributes. For example, he constantly praises people. He’s continuously learning, exposing his guys to more culture. He has a great sense of gratitude and always speaks how much of a privilege it is to play for the Dallas Cowboys. He never complains about the officiating or puts down his opponents. And he’s constantly doing things to get better, whether it be a complete makeover of the roster or coaching changes.And Garrett goes about things the right way. Look up and down this roster and you will find so many high-character guys. People wonder how it is that the Cowboys land so many talented first-rounders through the Garrett years. It’s not luck. The Cowboys don’t have magic scouts. And in some cases, they aren’t even selecting the best guys, but it’s working because they have a formula they stick by - the right kind of guy. That may be clich茅, but when they choose players who have the ability to max out their potential, the chances of them being successful increases dramatically. How much do these guys love winning? Do they inspire others to be their best? Look at Ezekiel Elliott for example. A year ago, you may have felt like he’s going to be a headache for his team. But now he’s regarded as one of the biggest leaders on the team. It’s Zeke, not Jalen Ramsey who is wearing the star and we have Garrett to thank for that.RKG doesn’t mean boy scout. People are fallible. But you have to have the passion, the drive, the relentless spirit to “try hard longer” to be a Garrett-guy.A month ago, the Cowboys did something they hadn’t done in a long time. They traded precious draft capital to get a receiver they so desperately needed. The move brought back memories of past trade blunders involving Roy Williams and Joey Galloway. But Amari Cooper was different. Cooper is talented player whose fluid movement and great route-running ability would be welcomed by any team, but he also brings with him a quiet demeanor that comes across uninterested. He’s a competitive player, but didn’t go on a tirade when they weren’t throwing him the ball in Oakland.Did his passive character help wear out his welcome in Oakland? Is he just not all that interested in playing football? Maybe that’s what the Raiders front office suspected, but Garrett did his homework and some of that homework included talking to his good friend Saban, Cooper’s former coach at Alabama. And it was Cooper’s attitude and personality that sold the team.It’s hard to look past the results when in the end, it’s the results that makes the headlines, but that’s exactly what’s needed to determine what’s best going forward. And if you do, you’ll find a team that has improved their defense significantly, strengthened their depth along the offensive line, but most importantly - contains a roster full of players that love to fight for their coach. After the Redskins game, Garrett got choked up when talking about spending time with your family (this is his first Thanksgiving without his dad). Watching the players embrace Garrett and to see how much they care for their coach was very touching. Say what you want about Garrett, but his players love their head coach.There is still a lot of work to be done for this team to become something special. Winning football games in the NFL is hard, so more bumps are coming. But this team is making strides and they’re still such a young group. When I think about the type of person I want leading the charge, for me - it’s always been Jason Garrett. It’s going to take a Lombardi Trophy for everyone to see that Garrett is the right coach for America’s Team, but I can’t wait for that day to finally arrive. Because it’s coming.