Displaying resilience and consistency, the Dallas Cowboys triumphed over the New York Jets on Sunday by a decisive score of 30-10.
The Cowboys’ defense, spearheaded by Micah Parsons, stifled the Jets’ offense, limiting them to just 215 total yards. Parsons was a disruptive force, recording two sacks and frequently pressuring Jets quarterback Zach Wilson.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys’ offense methodically scored points in every quarter. Quarterback Dak Prescott efficiently distributed the ball, completing 31 of 38 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb was Prescott’s top target, hauling in 11 catches for 143 yards.
With their second straight win over a New York opponent, the Cowboys improved to 2-0 on the young season. The team’s balanced effort on both sides of the ball led to another commanding performance.