The Dallas Cowboys fought a hard fought game on Sunday, and it was their best player that pulled them through in the end.
The Cowboys came away with an exciting 35-30 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers thanks in large part to Ezekiel Elliott. Elliott had his best game as a pro on Sunday, as he racked up a season-high 209 all-purpose yards to go along with three touchdowns.
After Ben Roethlisberger faked a spike and hit Antonio Brown for a 14-yard touchdown with 42 seconds remaining, the Cowboys needed a big touchdown.
No touchdown was more important than when 'Zeke' busted through the Steelers' defense for a 32-yard touchdown with nine seconds remaining to win the game.
The Cowboys now sit at 8-1 on the season with Elliott and rookie quarterback Dak Prescott at the helm of this winning machine.
What a win:
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