Dak Prescott to CeeDee Lamb as Cowboys sink Patriots in overtime

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An exciting game with a dazzling finish. The Dallas Cowboys defeated the New England Patriots on Sunday, 35-29.

Dak Prescott found CeeDee Lamb with a 35-yard pass in the extra session after the Patriots failed to score on their possession.

On CBS, Tony Romo believed the Cowboys had called the game-winning play earlier in the drive but didn’t get it off before they called timeout.

Prescott went play-action, faking the handoff to Ezekiel Elliott and then rolling out to his right.

He fired the pass to a wide-open Lamb, who sauntered into the end zone.

As Lamb took his time crossing the goal line, he “taunted” New England Patriots DB Jalen Mills but nothing was called.

Mills threw Lamb to the ground and the Cowboy wideout popped up with a big smile.

The fourth quarter saw 27 points scored by the teams in total with Greg Zuerlein tying it with a late field goal.

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