Wilson Throws Five TD’s, Cowboys Make Miraculous Comeback

Jonathan Grant | September 21st, 2020

The second week of NFL action is officially in the books, and we had more than a couple of memorable moments to help us remember it by. One of them will have to be the way that Russell Wilson played on Sunday night as he threw five touchdown passes against the New England Patriots in a 35-30 win.

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It still required a last-minute stand at the goal line to deny Cam Newton from winning it for the Pats, but the Seattle Seahawks got the job done nonetheless and are now sitting pretty at 2-0 on the season. Meanwhile, the other game of the day that will go down in glory (or infamy for some) will be the Dallas Cowboys vs Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons led 20-0 after one quarter and also had a stranglehold on the game at 39-24 in the fourth quarter only to somehow lose it. Greg Zuerlein got them the ball back via an onside kick and made the winning field goal with no time remaining to hand them a famous 40-39 win that took them to 1-1 and out of panic mode.

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