The first Cowboys win of the season is worth re-living over and over if we’re being honest.
Jaylon Smith took it upon himself to share a few photos from the victory and they were pretty amazing.
There were a lot of great photos from Sunday night, though. Check them out and enjoy.
Scott Linehan looking pensive is weird to see
Cowboys fans everywhere spent the time between the Panthers game and kickoff last Sunday chastising offensive coordinator Scott Linehan. Would he get more creative? Could he get more creative?
Scott opened things up a bit early on, but he closed them tight afterwards. His offense did score the game’s most important touchdown to put the night away, but there’s still a lot of room to grow.
Tavon Austin’s touchdown was a thing of beauty
Linehan dialed up a big-time play to Tavon Austin early on, and the Cowboys executed it flawlessly. Tavon’s first catch as a member of the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium went for a touchdown. That’s a solid way to start.
Brett Maher is perfect at home so far
After a rough start to his own Cowboys career in Carolina (that’s some alliteration), kicker Brett Maher made every single one of his attempts on Sunday night. Perfect score, is that good?
The Hot Boyz got served up some tacos
There were plenty of sacks to go around for the Cowboys against New York, a six pack of them at that. Taco Charlton hauled in his first sack at home this season and when he did he made sure to share with his friends.
Jaylon Smith had his best game (and moment) as a Cowboy
See Eli Manning, hit Eli Manning, enjoy watching Eli Manning fall.
Dak Prescott finally got to run around
The Cowboys actually utilized Dak Prescott’s running ability on Sunday night. It really happened. Here’s photographic proof.
Ezekiel Elliott wasn’t going to be denied
The aforementioned game-clinching touchdown was an impressive effort by the Cowboys. They fed Zeke, he ate, and then they all ate. That’s what they call a buffet.
Cheers to some more great photos next week.