We’re walking away from AT&T Stadium as the Cincinnati Bengals and Dallas Cowboys battle to avoid a horrible 0-2 start. Dak Prescott is out with a thumb injury, but Cooper Rush looks sharp in his place. Dallas was the only team in the NFL without a touchdown in Week 1, but this offense scored two in the first half Sunday.

The Cowboys struck quickly in the first quarter as Rush led an impressive 12-play, 75-yard drive that was capped by a Noah Brown touchdown. After a Bengals field goal, Rush led another touchdown drive — one that was sparked by a 47-yard catch-and-run by the incredible Tony Pollard. The play was ruled a first down, but the officials overturned the punt and put the ball at 1 yard. Dallas decided to reward Pollard for his efforts, punching his second goal of the game from the goal line.

The Cowboys took a 17-3 lead through the first two quarters. Joe Burrow was under pressure all afternoon which impacted Cincy’s passing attack. Halftime adjustments are needed if the Bengals want to avoid going 0-2.

Can the Cowboys pull off the upset? Follow along in the live blog below as we break down all the action.

How to look

day – Sunday September 18 | Time: 4:25 PM ET
Location: AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas)
TV: CBS | Stream Paramount+
Follow: CBS Sports App
Opportunities: Bengals -7, O/U 41.5

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