National Football League referee explains Michael Gallup's pass interference penalty in Cowboys-Rams game

Decoding Kellen Moore Third down the difference-maker in a disappointing loss

So this isn't the Hollywood ending that anybody pictured on a landmark night for professional football's return to Los Angeles.

He blames rust and timing issues in the first time out due to no preseason games and a disjointed offseason because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elliott showed off his new, massive tattoo during the Cowboys' 20-17 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night at SoFi Stadium, revealing "FEED ME" with a spoon on his stomach after he caught a pass in the flat and ran it almost 20 yards into the end zone for a touchdown in the second quarter. Rams quarterback Jared Goff completed 20 of 31 passes for 275 yards and an interception. "I thought Michael ran an excellent route". "We've got to keep playing through".

Running backs Malcolm Brown, Cam Akers and Darrell Henderson combined for 124 yards rushing, and Brown scored two touchdowns in the Rams' 20-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys.

"We needed to find a way to win it, and we didn't get it done", McCarthy said.

"Just kind of kept my head down and worked - and I knew eventually I may get a shot, I may not", he said. "Our defense played a lot of snaps".

The Cowboys might argue that made the big play on a long pass from Prescott to Michael Gallup that put them in position for at least a field goal in the final seconds.

"I mean, I love the aggressiveness", Prescott said.

"Opportunity came and I was able to just do what I had to do. But it is Game 1".

Sunday night's loss to the Rams is still not sitting well with most.

The game also was one of the many National Football League clashes played Sunday without fans in attendance as a coronavirus pandemic safety precaution.

"You realize how much you appreciate the crowd", McVay said. "It was a lot of little things that we have to improve on".

"It's exciting to do that", Brown said.

McCarthy and offensive coordinator Kellen Moore also continued to defend the failed call on 4th-and-3 from the Rams' 11-yard line with 11:46 seconds left and the Cowboys trailing 20-17. "Obviously I'm very disappointed in the call, especially that late". We don't talk about players that aren't on our team specifically, but I can assure you that with the injuries that we have - certainly looking at the game tape and where we are. "We're not going to allow that at any point during the game".



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