Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott admits he has to get better

  • Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott admits he has to get better

Dallas Cowboys' Dak Prescott admits he has to get better

With Sean McVay in a head coach, that situation has been reversed. Prescott led his side to a 30-16 away win against the Packers during last year's regular season.

If you like watching games that 69 minutes and 28 seconds without a touchdown, this one was for you. But the Cardinals would answer. In the case of the Rams, it is nice that they are doing well now, and that Goff is quietly-and quickly establishing himself as one of the NFL's up-and-coming stars to watch, but in L.A. winning is above all else. "I'm not so sure what we were going to get out going for one and making it a one-point game".

He Said It (Arizona): "It's Larry Time. He's also a very good communicator, body language as well as verbally", said Goff. It goes without saying, but a consistent effort for the whole game probably produces a win yesterday. "I think Dak will execute better as we move forward, not that he hasn't played really well".

The former Georgia standout has had a historic start to the season, becoming the third running back in history to generate more than 575 yards from scrimmage and seven touchdowns in the first four games.

Prescott, whom the Cowboys selected with the 135th pick in 2016, led his team to an NFC East division title, outshining Goff, who tossed seven interceptions and five touchdowns in starting the Rams' last seven games.

"For the most part when we get inside the 30, the first thing I think about is that I got points", said Goff, who threw for 255 yards and two touchdowns. A Zuerlein field goal was followed by 49er touchdown.

Lawrence already has more sacks than any Dallas player last season, and is 1 1/2 shy of his career high.

He Said It: "It's only the beginning". He had three such games over the entirety of his rookie year in 2016. And it was good enough in the fourth quarter, when Zuerlein hit his final three and the Rams stopped the Cowboys in the final minute when Dallas had to get a touchdown.

In USA TODAY's poll on Tuesday ahead of Week 5, Los Angeles is now a top-10 team.

The Indianapolis Colts won't be applying for membership in the NFC West any time soon. In other words, a six point half won't win you many games.

Elliott had 85 yards on 21 carries, while Prescott was 20-of-36 passing for 252 yards and three touchdowns.

Zuerlein finished one field goal short of tying the single-game record by going a flawless 7-of-7.

But things completely changed after the break. Dallas gained a lot of yards and scored a lot of points, but LA was better, and that's why our grades are high marks all around following the Rams' big win.

One example is how it was late in the third quarter as Dallas was near midfield with a fourth-and-2 on their hands.

Opposing teams will start having to air it out and take more chances and the opportunistic defense will get their chance again. His 27-yard touchdown catch in double coverage ended the scoring on the night.

But Elliott finished with less than 100 yards rushing for the third straight game, matching his longest such drought from last season.

He Said It: "It was a blast to get back to playing Seahawks football". There was the what-if about the new rookie head coach, the what-if about Todd Gurley returning to form or not, and then the what-if as to how Jared Goff would handle the weapons around him.

After the kickoff, the Rams took over at their own 17-yard line with 7:08 left in the game and marched down to the Cowboys' 14-yard line in 12 plays, finishing with another Zuerlein field goal to pad their lead, 35-30.

The sixth-year pro, with a career success rate of 81 percent, matched his season total coming in and has made all 14 kicks this season.