American Football: NFL: Dallas joined Thanksgiving – St. Brown with Touchdown

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NFL: Dallas signed a Thanksgiving – St. Brown with Touchdown

An Amon-Ra St. Brown (r) touchdown wasn’t enough for the Lions against the Bills. photo

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The Dallas Cowboys won their home game on Thanksgiving Day in the USA. With a 28-20 victory over the New York Giants, the Cowboys moved up to second place in the NFC East division of the National Football League.

The Dallas Cowboys won their home game on Thanksgiving Day in the USA. With a 28-20 victory over the New York Giants, the Cowboys moved up to second place in the NFC East division of the National Football League.

Quarterback Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes and a total of 261 yards, relying mostly on CeeDee Lamb, who caught a ball spectacularly one-handed

St. Brown scored the touchdown.

Despite a touchdown and a strong game by Amon-Ra St. Brown, the Detroit Lions narrowly lost their home game. In the 25:28 defeat of the Lions against the Buffalo Bills, the son of a German father and an American father was able to reach the end zone with the ball for the first time in seven games. Overall, St. Brown caught nine passes for 122 yards.

But that wasn’t enough to win: After the hosts only managed a last-minute tie for 25:25, Tyler Bass secured the Bills’ eighth victory in eleven games with a field goal seconds before the end. The Lions suffered their seventh loss of the season.

Viking victory

The Minnesota Vikings in particular will benefit, as they are on their way to the playoffs after beating the New England Patriots 33:26. With nine wins and just two losses, playmaker Kirk Cousins’ Vikings (299 yards, three touchdown passes) in the NFC North are five wins ahead of Detroit and the Green Bay Packers with six games to go.

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