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Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb repairs arm injuries in victory over Falcons

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CeeDee Lamb has proven his ankle is fine – but now another limb is ailing.

Unbeknownst to most viewers, the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver suffered a bruised arm in Sunday’s week 10 blowout win against the Atlanta Falcons. The injury is said to have occurred in the first half of the game, but was only reported in the third quarter.

“Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb (bruised arm) is questionable to return. Do you think that happened in the first half but he played it through before the game got completely drunk, ”tweeted Michael Gehlken the Dallas Morning News.

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If Lamb was hurt you would never know. The sophomore sensation took six catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns and became Dallas’ lead receiver amid the 43-3 laughs at the AT&T Stadium. Lamb, like many other first-team attacks, did not play in the last frame.

Speaking to reporters after the game, Lamb revealed, “It was like a Charlie horse in my arm that kept nagging,” via Patrik Walker from CBS Sportswho also noted the sophomore year wideout was seen without a bracket.

Despite the illness, Lamb still managed to rewrite the franchise record book.

“With the touchdown catch from Dak Prescott’s CeeDee Lamb at the start of today’s game, he was the fourth player in team history to reach 10 touchdown receptions in the first 25 games of his career, alongside Bob Hayes, Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams” , so the Public relations of the cowboys.

The PR account also reported: “CeeDee Lamb scored his second score of today’s game in the second quarter, making it his third multi-touchdown game of his career, the second of the season (in NE, 10/17/21).”

Do you think Mike McCarthy’s bunch reacted to last week’s shocking loss to Denver? Everything went wrong that afternoon – everything. And everything went right on Sunday – everything.

The Cowboys posted a total of 431 yards of offense, including 296 on the arm of Dak Prescott, who completed 24 of 31 passes and had a scintillating quarterback rating of 127.9. Along with Lamb’s above scores, running back Ezekiel Elliott contributed a couple of touchdowns across the floor. Dallas took a 36-3 lead at halftime.

“Dallas’ 33-point half-time advantage (36-3) in today’s game against Atlanta is the largest half-time advantage in a Cowboys game since a 35-point half-time advantage (38-3) against the NY Jets (12/4/71),” the PR team reported.

The Cowboys’ defense, meanwhile, limited the Falcons to 214 yards, including just 111 through the air, as they flipped Matt Ryan twice – including the league-leading eighth pick from star cornerback Trevon Diggs.

“With this interception, Trevon Diggs now has eight interceptions in nine games, which Everson Walls has for the most picks in the first nine games of a season in team history,” said the PR team reported.

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Like the rest of his teammates and coaches, Prescott was not at all himself in last Sunday’s loss to the Broncos. Like the rest, however, the two-time Pro Bowl caller returned to his former form in a meeting with the Dirty Birds.

With a blistering touchdown, Prescott led Dallas to 6.0 yards per game and was a perfect five-for-five in the red zone and three-for-three on the fourth down. His unit controlled the ball for almost 38 minutes, cruising to the club’s seventh win.

“We are a resilient team. A team that is very aware of what we are capable of, ”said Prescott after the game. via The Athletic.

Dallas (7-2) will next travel to Kansas City to take on the tumbling Chiefs (5-4) in Week 11. Kick-off is on Sunday, November 21st at 3:25 p.m. CT.

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