Cowboys and Bills celebrate on NFL Thanksgiving

Arlington, Texas.- Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes to tight end Dalton Schultz, Ezekiel Elliott scored on a run and the The Dallas Cowboys beat the New York Giants 28-20 on Thanksgiving Day.

The noob Peyton Hendershot scored on a two-yard run and then three of his fellow tight ends celebrated by jumping into the Salvation Army’s giant red cauldron.

with his victory, the Cowboys (8-3) snapped a three-game losing streak during this celebration and beat the Giants by one game in the National Conference (NFC) East Division after defeating them in the season series.

Prescott hit his scoring shots to Schultz within five minutes of each other in the third quarter, turned the score from 13-7 to a 21-13 lead. The first was from 15 yards on third and goal.

Dallas quarterback racks up 10 straight wins over Giants since losing to them twice when the Cowboys went 13-3 in his rookie season in 2016.

Saquon Barkley was contained for 39 yards and a one-yard touchdown run as part of a makeshift offensive line that lacked three injured starters. The Giants (7-4) have lost three in four games.

Dallas, the NFL leader in quarterback sacks, dropped Daniel Jones three times and was held to a 14-yard rushing run. This contrasts with the first meeting between the two teams in which Jones had a running seven first and 10 even though the Cowboys won 23-16.

In Detroit, Tyler Bass broke the tie with a 45-yard field goal with two seconds remaining and the Buffalo Bills beat the Detroit Lions 28-25 yesterdayfor his second win in five days at Ford Field.

Josh Allen left the table set for the game-clinching field goal. The offensive series began with a 36-yard pass to Stefon Diggs and had two carries for twelve yards.

Buffalo (8-3) has won two in a row to move a half-game ahead of Miami in the Eastern Division of the American Conference.

In addition, the The Minnesota Vikings beat the New England Patriots 33-26.

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