KANSAS CITY, Moon (KXAN) — The Kansas City Chiefs transformed Arrowhead Stadium into a horror house for Dak Prescott and Dallas Cowboys offense.
In a highly anticipated match between two of the NFL’s most electrified offenses, the Kansas City defense stopped the Cowboys, capping the Cowboys with three Prescott turnovers and nine points.
Falling short of offensive fireworks, Dallas lost their third game of the season to Kansas City 19-9.
The Cowboys failed to score for the first time this season and were limited to an 82-yard sprint and 194 passes.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense seem to be back in rhythm after putting together a few tough performances earlier this season. Tight end Travis Kelce scored the first field goal on the four-yard run. Mahomes fired a shot at Clyde Edwards-Helaire from the goal line for Kansas City’s second goal.
The Cowboys trailed 16-3 into the locker room after Prescott ended a goal threat in the final seconds of the second quarter. CeeDee Lamb hit his head hard on Prescott’s pickaxe and fell to the ground. He didn’t return at halftime and landed on the injury report with a head injury.
Prescott finished the game with 216 yards and two passes. Tony Pollard sprinted the team for 50 yards. Ezekiel Elliott was limited to 32 yards in nine carries.
Dallas had already missed Amari Cooper in the spacious receiving room. Lamb’s absence made it difficult for the Cowboys to advance after halftime. The Chiefs sacked Prescott five times.
The cowboys’ defense performed admirably, keeping Kansas City within reach. Micah Parsons had two of Cowboy’s three Mahomes sacks.
Playing in Thursday’s annual Thanksgiving game against the Las Vegas Raiders, the Cowboys won’t have much time to recover.