Dallas Cowboys pull a double-double with CeeDee Lamb’s 52-yard TD to open the third quarter

Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy longs for the double-double. Actually no, not the In-n-Out café exceptional. Or maybe it’s the point at which his group closes the first half with a touchdown and opens the second from last quarter with a score on the first possession.

Quarterback Andy Dalton and wide recipient CeeDee Lamb dealt with that on the Cowboys’ fifth play of the second from last quarter Sunday to push Dallas’ lead to 27-17 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Confronting third-and-3, Lamb motioned across the development and afterward ran up the crease immaculate against the Philadelphia protection, taking into account the most effortless pitches and gets of Dalton’s Cowboys vocation and the longest catch of the freshman wide recipient’s profession, a 52-yarder in the wake of running by cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman.

The Cowboys shut the principal half with Dalton’s subsequent score pass of the game to Michael Gallup with a 7-yard blur with 12 seconds left to cover a 11-play, 75-yard drive.

Dalton’s score pass to Lamb denoted the 26th three-score round of his professional vocation and the subsequent he has had with the Cowboys. It additionally gave him 287 yards passing, which is the most he has had in his eight beginnings this season.