- DET 319
- 375 DAL
- DET 2
- 0 DAL
- DET 23
- 23 DAL
- Arlington, TX 76011
- Line: DAL -6.5
- Over/Under: 47
Dak adding new dimensions to his game
Dez advocates for Prescott and Elliott as co-MVPs
Lions' road doesn't get easier from here
Cowboys showed how lethal offense can be
Dez was ready for opportunity to throw pass
Brice Butler 21 Yd pass from Dak Prescott (Dan Bailey Kick)
9 plays, 66 yards, 5:03
Zach Zenner 7 Yd Run (Matt Prater Kick)
9 plays, 75 yards, 4:34
Ezekiel Elliott 55 Yd Run (Dan Bailey Kick)
4 plays, 75 yards, 2:34
Matthew Stafford 1 Yd Run (Matt Prater Kick)
11 plays, 58 yards, 4:17
Zach Zenner 5 Yd Run (Matt Prater Kick)
8 plays, 53 yards, 4:01
Dez Bryant 25 Yd pass from Dak Prescott (Dan Bailey Kick)
6 plays, 51 yards, 2:10
Ezekiel Elliott 1 Yd Run (Dan Bailey Kick)
3 plays, 38 yards, 1:46
Jason Witten 10 Yd pass from Dez Bryant (Dan Bailey Kick)
7 plays, 95 yards, 4:05
Dez Bryant 19 Yd pass from Dak Prescott (Dan Bailey Kick)
7 plays, 63 yards, 3:35
O.J. Simpson wishes that he showed better judgment nine years ago but claims that he hasn't made any excuses since then.
O.J. Simpson tells the Nevada Board of Parole that he knows the impact his actions had on his victims.
When questioned about alternatives to violence, O.J. Simpson talks about only feeling sympathy for the impact of his actions on one of the victims in the robbery he was convicted of.
During his parole hearing, O.J. Simpson claims that the state of California ruled that he was convicted of stealing items that were rightfully his.
Will Cain struggles with his moral desire to see O.J. Simpson behind bars and Simpson's right to be heard in court.
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