Cowboys vs. Patriots: Score, Game Stats & Live Updates

Cowboys vs Patriots Score

Final: Patriots 30, Cowboys 6

New England moves to 4-0 as Tom Brady goes 20-for-27 for 275 yards and two touchdowns. LeGarrette Blount led the Patriots with 74 rushing yards on 13 carries while Julian Edelman had four catches for 120 yards and a touchdown. Dion Lewis added eight catches out of the backfield for New England. For Dallas, who falls to 2-3 for the season, Brandon Weeden went 26-for-39 passing for 188 yards and a interception. Joseph Randle rushed for 60 yards on 15 carries while Darren McFadden had nine catches for 62 yards to lead the Cowboys.

4th Quarter- Patriots 30, Cowboys 6: Stephen Gostkowski hits a 34-yard field goal with 4:41 left to play and New England is well on their way to moving to 4-0 for the season while dropping Dallas to 2-3.

4th Quarter- 9:42 left: The Patriots go for it on 4th-and-1 at the Dallas 27 and gets stopped. It is probably the best thing that has happened for this Cowboys team all half long.

4th Quarter- 11:03 left: The first turnover of the afternoon comes at a bad time for the Cowboys as Jason Witten catches a pass and then fumbles the ball away. New England will look to pour it on late.

4th Quarter- Patriots 27, Cowboys 6: Brady takes his chance for a big play and hits Julian Edelman for a 59-yard touchdown pass to pour on to the lead at AT&T Stadium. Brady is now 18-for-24 for 266 yards and two touchdowns.

End of 3rd Quarter: New England is doing what they do best in just pounding the ball down the field and will take a two-touchdown lead into the final 15 minutes of action. The Patriots are outgaining the Cowboys in every offensive category and seem to have complete control of this game as they look to improve to 4-0 for the season.

3rd Quarter- Patriots 20, Cowboys 6: Dallas puts together an eight-minute drive down the field but only gets a 23-yard field goal from Dan Bailey out of it. The Cowboys have to find a way to get the ball into the end zone sooner than later if they want to win this game.

3rd Quarter- 4:13 left: Cowboys finally putting a possession together driving deep into Patriots’ territory late in the third quarter.

3rd Quarter- Patriots 20, Cowboys 3: New England takes the ball to begin the second half and goes right down the field with Brady hitting Dion Lewis for a ten-yard touchdown pass. Brady has thrown for 178 yards now for the game and New England has 17 first downs to Dallas’ 3.

Halftime: Patriots 13, Cowboys 3

The Patriots have 132 yards of total offense in the first half while the Cowboys have only 59 yards of offense. Tom Brady is now 10-for-16 for 110 yards while Brandon Weeden is 7-for-13 for 36 yards. Joseph Randle has 30 yards rushing on nine carries to lead Dallas. Julian Edelman has three catches for 61 yards to pace New England. The Cowboys have added five sacks in the half of Brady which has held down the offense from New England.

2nd Quarter- Patriots 13, Cowboys 3: New England adds to their lead on a 57-yard field goal by Gostkowski by three seconds to play in the half. An impressive feat even indoors.

2nd Quarter- Patriots 10, Cowboys 3: Tom Brady takes it in himself from one yard out and New England takes the lead with 3:39 left in the first half. Brady is 9-for-12 passing for 86 yards and now the rushing touchdown.

2nd Quarter- 5:57 left: This has been a very defense-oriented game which should be a surprise to many. The Patriots have just 68 yards of offense while the Cowboys have 56 as the first half winds down.

2nd Quarter- 10:30 left: Greg Hardy’s return to the football field has been a great one so far with a sack and just caused Tom Brady to fumble on another rush of him. New England retains possession but a statement being made.

End of 1st Quarter: Dallas has controlled the time of possession early on but has just 37 yards of offense to show for it. New England has 50 yards of total offense. Brady is 3-for-5 for 37 yards while Weeden is 3-for-6 for 17 yards. Randle has 29 rushing yards on eight carries for the Cowboys.

1st Quarter- Patriots 3, Cowboys 3: Dan Bailey hits a 51-yard field goal after a solid 11-play, 47-yard drive and with 1:46 left in the opening quarter, the game is tied again.

1st Quarter- 2:29 left: Dallas is putting a drive together late in the quarter with some slick passing from Weeden and strong running from Joseph Randle.

1st Quarter- Patriots 3, Cowboys 0: Stephen Gostkowski puts the Patriots on the board with a 49-yard field goal with 8:19 left in the quarter. New England has had great field possession for both of their possessions so far and has had to settle for the three points. Dallas can’t get much of anything going on offense with Weeden at quarterback.

Pregame

The New England Patriots made a rare appearance in Dallas as they look to remain undefeated against the banged-up Cowboys. The Patriots are 3-0 coming off their bye week last week while the Cowboys are 2-2 and remain without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant. New England is averaging nearly 40 points a game so far this season and will challenge the Dallas defense to slow down Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. Dallas will need a big game out of Joseph Randle and hope quarterback Brandon Weeden can keep the Cowboys on the field to lessen Brady’s impact.