Buffalo Bills Feast on Dallas Cowboys – Orchard Park, N.Y. – The Buffalo Bills feasted on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, powered by a career-high performance from running back James Cook. Cook devoured 179 rushing yards and two touchdowns, leaving the Cowboys defense with a case of indigestion in a decisive 31-10 victory.
Cook wasn’t just a ground-game gobbler, he also snagged an 18-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen early in the second quarter, setting the tone for a dominant rushing display. He racked up an additional 25 carries and 42 receiving yards, establishing new career highs and proving himself a multi-course buffet of offensive talent.
While Cook stole the show, Allen played his part, tossing a touchdown and rushing for another to extend his NFL-record streak of games with both passing and rushing scores to 10. His 94 passing yards may not have been eye-popping, but his efficient throws and timely runs kept the Bills’ offense humming.
The Bills’ defense proved just as stingy, smothering the Cowboys’ high-powered offense. Dallas, usually a fireworks display, sputtered and choked, managing a measly 195 total yards and 14 first downs. Dak Prescott’s passes were intercepted and batted down with alarming regularity, while CeeDee Lamb’s lone touchdown was a mere consolation prize.
With this win, the Bills solidified their playoff hopes, reminding everyone that their early-season struggles are a distant memory. They’ve now won two straight games and are back in the thick of the AFC playoff race. As for the Cowboys, their defeat may not sting as much with their playoff berth already secured, but this performance was a bitter pill to swallow, exposing their vulnerabilities just weeks before the postseason.
So, raise a glass of victory mead to James Cook, the Bills’ new culinary star who feasted on the Cowboys defense and served up a win. And for Dallas, it’s back to the kitchen to work on their recipe, before the real pressure cooker of the playoffs starts to bubble.