Cowboys score 2,500th touchdown in their history against Patriots


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Cowboys score 2,500th touchdown in their history against Patriots

The Dallas cowboys they reached a all-time touchdowns during this Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.

With 4.49 to play in the third quarter, the quarterback Dak prescott found the wide receiver in the end zone CeeDee Lamb to score a touchdown that gave the temporary 17-14 advantage to the Cowboys at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.

That was the 2,500th touchdown in 62 seasons of history of the Cowboys, also represent the most in the NFL since 1960, the first year he played Dallas in the league.

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The reception of Lamb capped off an eight-play series that covered 91 yards in 4.29 minutes.

The first touchdown in the history of the Cowboys It happened on September 24, 1960 when Eddie LeBaron connected with Jim Doran for a 75-yard pass against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who ended up winning that game 35-28 at the Cotton Bowl.

Since 1960, no NFL team has scored more touchdowns than the Cowboys. The Green Bay Packers are the closest with 2,475 touchdowns, followed by the Los Angeles Chargers with 2,468 and Patriots with 2,463.

In its history, Cowboys They have a 530-399-6 record with a 35-28 mark in the playoffs, they also have five Super Bowl championships.


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