Cowboys run ‘Philly Special’ with Dak Prescott, score TD vs Giants
The Dallas Cowboys successfully ran the ‘Philly Special’ against the New York Giants on Sunday. With seconds remaining in the second quarter, receiver Cedrick Wilson threw a perfect pass to quarterback Dak Prescott for the touchdown, giving them a 24-20 lead over the Giants at break.
Is this the DALLAS SPECIAL?! 🔥
— NFL (@NFL) October 11, 2020
The ‘Philly Special’ is the infamous play the Philadelphia Eagles ran in Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots, which ultimately gave them the win. Nevertheless, the same play proved to work for the Cowboys as they used against the Giants. With that play, Dak Prescott earned his first touchdown catch of his career, according to ESPN.
The Cowboys were once down 3-14 in the first quarter; however, they have battled back and taken the lead over the Giants. Dak Prescott has currently completed 68.4 percent of his throws for 144 yards.
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