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"Dallas Cowboys defeated the Atlanta Falcons 37 -21"

Updated on October 28, 2009

"Dallas Cowboys defeated the Atlanta Falcons" 37 -21"

The Dallas cowboys won out over the Atlanta Falcons 37-21.   The cowboys now stand at 3-2.
The Dallas cowboys won out over the Atlanta Falcons 37-21. The cowboys now stand at 3-2.

"Dallas Cowboys defeated the Atlanta Falcons 37 - 21"

Dallas Sunday game was held in Arlington Texas on Dallas home turf. If Dallas pull off this game with the Atlanta Falcons they will be 3-2.

The Falcons won the coin toss, so Dallas kicks the ball to The Falcons. The Falsons had opportuinty on their side when they took the football eighty - four yards down the field for the first touch down of the game. I don't think Dallas a ppreciated the fact, but I guess it wasn anything they could have done to stop it or they would have. the score now 7 -0 favor of The Falcons.

The ball was kicked back to Dallas, Romo goes to Roy williams in turn fumble the ball, the Falcons recover. OH.boy, Roy williams must ha gorgotten to wipe the butter from his hands. before the game started. even though Dallas screw that one up the Falcons was allowed to score is a god thing. The falcon had to kicked the ball back to the cowboys. Rom looks down the field throw the bbal and connect with Miles Austin, Austin does a few tuck and turn runbs the ball in for The cowboys first score of the game. touch down and extra point ties the game 7-7.

The ball was kicked back to The Falcons, they recieved the football and played with it ,but Dallas wasn't given up any scores. The Falcons had to kick the ball back to Dallas which them down the field to set of for a Folk field goal which put Dallas in the lead by three. the score 10 -7. Dallas kicks the ball back to the falcons and they commentator talke dsomuch about how the Falocns , quarter back had been sack all of theire games so Dallas change that by tackling the Falcons quarter back several time, just like they ghad been tackling Romo.

The Falcons had to kick the ball back to Dallas , Romo connected again down the field to Austin, he twist,he turns and misses a tackle,he' running into the in zone another touch down. Dallas now leading 17 -10 over the Atlanta Falcons. Dallas kicks the ball back to the Falcons, they 're running, and receiver gets tackle. Falcon Quarter back through to his receiver in the in zone , touch Falcons. Score with the extra point the score 17 -14 Dallas Favor.

Ball was kicked back to Dallas , they moved the ball down the field before half time , Dallas coundn't score a touch down ; so they settle for a field goal, to make the score at half- time 20 - 14. When half time was over the cowboys got the ball back and this time Romo Hit Patrick Crayton for a touch down, score now 27 - 14. Dallas kicks ball to Atlanta and moved the ball down the field and score a touch down . the score now is 27 - 21 Dallas favor

Dallas receives the ball and kept converging to a first down,but couldn't get a touch down but settle for another Folk field goal. making it 30 - 21. The Falcons got the ball tried some blitzes and other moves but Dallas wasn't going to for it. Game almost over when , Crayton,picked up a fumble and ran it for another Dallas touch down . score now 37-21. what day for Dallas football. Go Dallas go. Go Dallas go!!!!!!!!!!! Ending score Dallas 37 - Falcons 21

Benny Faye Douglass

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    • creativeone59 profile imageAUTHOR

      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      I don't know what Jones was thinking but I'm really glad Austin is showing up. Hey, thank you so kindly for stopping by my hub, I hope you come back. thank you also for your comment and your feedback. Godspeed. creativeone59

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      Michael Willis 

      8 years ago from Arkansas

      It was good to see Dallas play football on both sides of the ball this week. Austin is a great "find" for the Cowboys, although he was always there waiting. He is the #1 wr right now and should be. Roy Williams...what was Jerry Jones thinking?

    • creativeone59 profile imageAUTHOR

      benny Faye Douglass 

      8 years ago from Gold Canyon, Arizona

      Thank you Hello hello, you're so kind, thank you for the compliment and the comment and your support. creativeone59

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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Wow, you should be a sportscommentator and I mean that. Thanks for a well written hub.

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      Angela Mays 

      8 years ago from Pebble Beach, CA

      Luv those Cowboys!

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