Cowboys Stun Seahawks 30-23

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SEATTLE – Don’t plan a championship parade just yet, but you can definitely start looking at this Cowboys season a little differently!

The Cowboys stunned the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks, 30-27 in Seattle on Sunday, moving to 5 and 1 on the season.

It’s the Boys first five game win streak since 2007.

Dallas trailed 10-0 midway through the first quarter after a blocked punt was returned for a touchdown, but dominated after that, going ahead 17-10 on a pair of Romo TD tosses and a Dan Bailey field goal.

Seattle wasn’t done yet, pushing ahead of Dallas thanks to two fumble recoveries. Down 23-20 the Cowboys looked to be in huge trouble facing 3rd and 20 when Tony Romo found a way to get the ball to Terrance Williams for 23 in a highlight reel catch.

DeMarco Murray punched it in several plays later for the 27-23 lead and the Boys would never look back. Roland McClain picked off Russell Wilson in the final minute to seal the deal.

The Cowboys will welcome the New York Giants to town next week in a huge NFC East showdown.