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NFL Game Recap: Indianapolis Colts (19) vs. Dallas Cowboys (24) - 8/19/2017
Posted: Saturday, August 19, 2017 by CapperTekSEO
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8/19/2017 7:00 PM EST (95 DAYS AGO) MONEYLINE SPREAD TOTAL
Indianapolis Colts[19]
+195
+5.5 (-115)
Over 39.5 (-115)
Dallas Cowboys[24]
-235
-5.5 (-105)
Under 39.5 (-105)
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NFL Game Recap: Indianapolis Colts (19) vs. Dallas Cowboys (24) - Date: 8/19/2017 Aug 19, 2017 ARLINGTON, Texas Dak Prescott and Dez Bryant offered a glimpse of how the Dallas Cowboys' offense could look without Ezekiel Elliott: the second-year star quarterback frequently finding his top receiver. Free Sports Picks. The Indianapolis Colts are still struggling to see what life without Andrew Luck might be like. Prescott connected with Bryant for a 32-yard touchdown on their first series of the preseason, 2016 NFL rushing champion Elliott sat again with his six-game suspension looming, and rookie Cooper Rush threw two scoring passes in the Cowboys' 24-19 exhibition win Saturday night. Last year's NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year after a sensational season that ultimately led 10-year starter Tony Romo into retirement, Prescott was 8 of 9 for 106 yards in his two possessions. The first was a 95-yard drive in seven plays that started with a 23-yard toss to Bryant. Prescott's second series ended on a fumble inside Indy's 10 by Darren McFadden, who started as the Cowboys again delayed Elliott's exhibition debut. Elliott has appealed his suspension while disputing the NFL's findings that he caused bruises on his ex-girlfriend in several confrontations last summer in Ohio. Bryant's 55 yards receiving held up as the most in the game for the Cowboys. ''I don't know if I can honestly put it into words just how much better of a player he is, and we were just talking about how good his body feels,'' Prescott said. ''He's just a much better player right now than what he was last year at this time. Our chemistry is growing, so it's fun. '' Scott Tolzien played the first half for the Colts, who aren't sure if Luck will be ready for the regular season after offseason shoulder surgery. Indy didn't record a first down until early in the second quarter, and its only touchdown before halftime was Lavar Edwards' 15-yard return of Dallas backup quarterback Kellen Moore's fumble. Profitable Sports Handicappers. Tolzien led a 60-yard drive to Adam Vinatieri's 33-yard field goal in the second quarter, highlighted by a 25-yard pass to Kamar Aiken. Tolzien, who is 0-2-1 as an NFL starter, finished 10 of 14 for 70 yards. Stephen Morris, the third quarterback to play, finally got the Colts an offensive touchdown on an 18-yard throw to Fred Brown with 57 seconds remaining. Morris was 11 of 115 for 111 yards, most of it with Indianapolis down two scores in the fourth quarter. BEHIND ELLIOTTMcFadden looked like a capable fill-in for Elliott with 59 yards on nine carries, but was stripped by Matthias Farley on his final run late in the first quarter. Alfred Morris, who also figures to see action during Elliott's suspension, had nine carries for 49 yards. Rod Smith, who has had a strong camp, had 53 yards on seven carries. FINALLY ON THE FIELDDallas linebacker Jaylon Smith, Rod Smith's younger brother, made his preseason debut in his first game since a devastating knee injury in his final college game with Notre Dame at the Fiesta Bowl two seasons ago. The Cowboys drafted him in the second round last year. His only tackle on a short pass forced the second straight three-and-out to start the game for the Colts. ''From Day One, I've believed in myself, and I thank all the supporters everywhere, even everyone who doubted me,'' said Smith, who played 12 snaps. NO REST FOR 40-SOMETHINGSWhile the Cowboys didn't use Dan Bailey again after a 25-yard field goal in the first half, the 44-year-old Vinatieri kept kicking after halftime, adding a 42-yarder. Of course, he's trying to get used to a new snapper and holder going into his 22nd season. ROOKIE WATCHColts: Marlon Mack, a fourth-round pick out of South Florida, led the team with 45 yards rushing on five carries. Cowboys: Rush, undrafted out of Central Michigan, had his third straight solid preseason outing with second-half TD tosses to another pair of rookies in Noah Brown and Lance Lenoir. INJURY UPDATEColts: CB Quincy Wilson left in the first half with a knee injury. . . . In the second half, LB Jeremiah George left with a hamstring injury, and CB Tevin Mitchell was sidelined by an abdominal injury. Cowboys: CB Orlando Scandrick was evaluated for a head injury in the first use of the collapsible sideline tent, but there was no further word on his status. UP NEXTColts: At Pittsburgh next Saturday. Cowboys: Oakland at home next Saturday. ---More NFL: www. pro32. ap. org and www. twitter. com/-NFL

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