WATCH: Ezekiel Elliott, Mike McCarthy share touching moment with Terence Steele following score

Terence Steele, Cowboys’ offensive lineman had a difficult season. Steele was called into action when Tyron Smith suffered injuries. He’s not Smith but he has done his best to protect Dak Prescott.
He was rewarded in an entirely new way on Sunday. Steele received a touchdown for the first-time in his career as Dallas experimented with offense.

Steele and Ezekiel Elliott, Steele’s running back, shared a moment of intimacy after the touchdown. Steele used his old, powerful spike in the moments after his touchdown. The football was eventually found in the stands.

According to Jon Machota of The Athletic, Elliott made a move for Steele’s football. His running back was holding his back in what may have been the offensive lineman’s only touchdown.

Steele thanked McCarthy for allowing him to enter the end-zone.

Steele can’t thank McCarthy better than with a bear hug. You can see that the Cowboys’ offensive lineman did not expect to score a touchdown in this season. But he will always be grateful to have been able to do so.

Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb lead the Cowboys receiving crew. Michael Gallup is also a key player. Terence Steele may get to run routes more often in practice after his touchdown catch.

Mike McCarthy was expecting a tough-fought match between his Cowboys, Washington, and their rivals two weeks ago after a fierce showdown. While the rest of the world was watching, Dallas dominated the Football Team.

The Cowboys were clearly the superior team from the start. Trevon Diggs intercepted Taylor Heinicke’s first offensive play for Washington. A nine-play drive was completed by an Ezekiel Elliott touchdown.

After the Dallas defense made a stop, the Cowboys offense scored another touchdown to increase their lead by 14-0. In a flash, the Cowboys took a 21-0 lead thanks to a DeMarcus Lawrence pick-6.

The game was also over at halftime, when Dallas led 42-7. As the team entered the locker room, it was already over. McCarthy and company could have had their party if they wanted.

Dak Prescott played a remarkable game after weeks of inconsistent play. Former Mississippi State star Dak Prescott completed 28 of 39 passes and accumulated 330 yards and four touchdowns.

Elliott also had one of the most productive games, catching one receiving and scoring one touchdown rushing. The Cowboys offense seems to be finding its stride.

Mike McCarthy did not want to celebrate the division win before kickoff. The Cowboys will still be proud of this achievement.

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