Cowboys dominate Jets 30-10, move to 2-0


ARLINGTON - The Dallas Cowboys moved to 2-0 on the season Sunday afternoon, dominating the New York Jets 30-10 at AT&T Stadium behind a stifling defensive performance.

From the opening kick, the Cowboys looked like the better team on the field, immediately marching down the field for a touchdown.

But after another quick field goal by Dallas the Jets responded with a long touchdown pass to Garrett Wilson, cutting the Cowboys lead to 10-7.

After that, however, it was all Cowboys, with Dallas outscoring the Jets 20-3 the rest of the way, and cruising to their second-straight win.

On the offensive end, Dak Prescott was a maestro on Sunday, completing 31 of 38 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns, 11 completions of which went came on 13 targets to CeeDee Land for 143 yards.

However, it was the defense that really proved to be the difference for the Cowboys, with Dallas forcing four turnovers including three interceptions of Jets QB Zach Wilson, all while holding New York to just 215 yards of total offense.

With the win, Dallas (2-0) will now turn their attention west, as they travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in Week 3.

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