Oct 12, 2014 at 9.25pm UK at ​CenturyLink Field
Dallas Cowboys
Seattle Seahawks
Escobar (2:34)
Morgan (7:13)
Witten (0:16)
Wilson (6:19)
Murray (3:17)

Result: Dallas Cowboys make statement with Seattle Seahawks win

The Dallas Cowboys win their fifth straight match to move to 5-1 in their season as they claim an away victory over the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

The Dallas Cowboys put a marker down in their season as they defeated the reigning Super Bowl Champions the Seattle Seahawks 30-23 at CenturyLink Field.

The Seahawks began the game well as Russell Wilson found Jermaine Kearse down the sideline on a go route for a big gain, which set up a 33-yard field goal from Steven Hauschka.

Dallas then saw an offensive drive stall which forced them to punt the ball away, but the kick from Chris Jones was blocked by Doug Baldwin, allowing Mike Morgan to scoop up the ball and run it in for the 25-yard score.

The Cowboys produced a response as Joseph Randle ran for 38 yards through the middle of the line, and Tony Romo then fired an excellent throw to the back of the endzone to Gavin Escobar for the touchdown.

Dallas had the chance to take the lead when Romo floated the ball towards the endzone, but Dez Bryant could not corral the pass, as Dan Bailey tied the scores with a 42-yard field goal.

The visitors went ahead just before the break when a big completion to Bryant set them up inside the red zone, and Romo delivered a strike over the middle to Jason Witten for the score.

After the break, a huge error from Dwayne Harris handed Seattle an opportunity to get back into the game as he muffed a punt inside his 10-yard line. Wilson took the chance and ran the ball in for a seven-yard touchdown.

The Seahawks managed to maintain their lead into the fourth quarter as the sides exchanged field goals from Bailey and Hauschka.

A late drive from the Cowboys offense, which included an incredible sideline catch from Terrance Williams, powered them to victory as DeMarco Murray found a gap in the Seattle defense and ran in for a 15-yard touchdown, while Bailey added a field goal in the dying seconds.

Cowboys TE Jason Witten leaves the field after a game with Cincinnati on August 24, 2013
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