On Sunday, Tony Pollard didn’t simply perform admirably for the Dallas Cowboys. Additionally, he outgained the Minnesota Vikings club that he faced in terms of yards and points. The Cowboys defeated the Vikings, who entered the game with an 8-1 record, 40-3. The Cowboys dominated in all areas. Dallas’ defense stifled the Vikings as Brett Maher kicked four field goals while throwing for 276 yards and only three interceptions.
After last week, “we understood we had to act,” Prescott said. “This squad can be extraordinary if we can keep doing this”. But in this potentially memorable season, Pollard’s biggest game must be disregarded. He gained 189 yards from scrimmage in total and grabbed two touchdown passes for distances of 30 and 68 yards without being touched by a Vikings defense.