Fans were treated to an entertaining matchup in which the Dallas Cowboys won a late 27–26 over the Seattle Seahawks

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The Cowboys used backup for most of the night, while the Seahawks used nine of their 11 offensive starts it's no surprise that Dallas quickly fell behind.

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But the team came back to tie the game late in the third quarter and then came back to win the fourth.

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Dallas' defense brought back memories of last season, when he led the NFL with 34 takeaways.

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In this game, the team scored five points: four interceptions and one fumble recovery.

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The Cowboys dropped 328 yards but kept Seattle at a 15 percent third-bottom success rate

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The Seahawks were also successful on only one trip out of five in the Red Zone.

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Will Grier spent much of the game behind center for the Cowboys, but he may not have done enough to overtake Cooper Rush for the backup quarterback job.

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He threw 88 yards in an inconsistent performance, but it included two touchdown passes for a passer rating of 94.5.

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Rush completed only two of his five attempts for 40 yards, but he played only one series before resting for the rest of the night.

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The Cowboys' offense once again did well on the ground, taking a lead of 128 yards.

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Aaron Champlain, a rookie, covered 54 yards on 13 carries before going late due to injury.

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Malik Davis continued his strong run to make the roster, scoring 44 yards in 15 attempts.

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Malik Davis continued his strong run to make the roster, scoring 44 yards in 15 attempts.

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