Falcons Highlights: The best of Julio Jones vs. Cowboys

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With both teams entering this week 11 contest at 4-5, the Dallas Cowboys' and Atlanta Falcons' seasons were on the line as the Cowboys edged the Falcons in the final seconds by a score of 22-19.

SN provided scoring updates and highlights from Cowboys vs. Falcons in Atlanta on Sunday.

In the 1 Quarter after Atlanta received the opening kick and drove into Dallas territory, Quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked forcing a Falcons punt. The Cowboys also rank in the bottom five on getting their defense off the field on third down, and against an offense like Atlanta, that might not be a pleasant stat for the Falcons' offense to be aware off. Jones is already over 1000 yards leading the league and is also 4th in receptions. Ryan has amassed 3000 yards and has a fantastic 21-3 TD/INT ratio. The Cowboys are starting to find their groove, and can grab the division lead in Week 12. They excelled against a superb group led by Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Tevin Coleman and other playmakers in Calvin Ridley and Mohamed Sanu, to name a few.

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It came with Elliott having 201 total yards and a touchdown as the Cowboys beat their NFC rivals.

Aug 25, 2016; Seattle, WA, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) looks to pass against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of an NFL football game at CenturyLink Field. The recent turn of events is a far cry from what we saw from this team coming out of the bye week, as the Cowboys lost in ugly fashion to the Tennessee Titans in Week 9. Ezekiel Elliot fumbles, fumble is recovered by recovered by Cowboys left tackle La'el Collins for the first down. Falcons 9, Cowboys 6. However, Prescott never quits on his team so he fought until they were in field goal range.

The Cowboys sat at 3-5 after a Monday Night Football loss to the Titans on November 5, facing an uphill climb in the NFC playoff race. Matt Bryant ties it up with a 41 yard field goal.

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