Welcome to the NFL Hall of Fame Game! The Dallas Cowboys are set to battle the Arizona Cardinals in Canton, Ohio. Sam Irwin-Hill of the Dallas Cowboy literally kicks off tonight’s game. Let’s get right to the action!
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NFL Hall of Fame Game: Cardinals vs. Cowboys Viewing Details
Date: Thursday, August 3, 2017
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Location: Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, Canton, Ohio
TV Channel: NBC, NFL Red Zone
Online: Game Pass
Mobile: NFL App
Cardinals vs. Cowboys
Sam Irwin-Hill of the Dallas Cowboy literally kicks off tonight’s game, as the football soars out of bound in Cardinals’ territory. The Arizona team throws their weight around in this game. They push forward in the early going. Less than five minutes into the game, Kerwynn Williams pulls off a touchdown. Cardinals just scored a kick for an extra point. Arizona leads Dallas, 7-0.
When we come back from the break, the Cowboys fight back hard. But the Cardinals are just too damn good. Andre Ellington scores the second touchdown for his team. Arizona then scored its second kick of the game. The score has been updated, with the Cardinals leading the Cowboys, 13-0.
The Cardinals try scoring a touchdown almost immediately, but that’s foiled by Cowboys’ interference. The referee has the players redo that play, and the Cardinals score a 2 point conversion. The team from Arizona has increased the score 15-0 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Rico Gathers of the Dallas Cowboys scores for the first touchdown for his team. The Cowboys follow that touchdown with a kick, changing the score, 15-7. That’s a lot better than zero.
The Cowboys increase the score by two points, but they still trail the Cardinals, 15-10.
By the third quarter, the Cowboys push ahead. Dallas is finally in the lead with a score of 17-15. The Cardinals haven’t scored one point since the first quarter. But then, with roughly three minutes remaining in the third quarter, Cardinals finally score with a field goal kick. Arizona turns the tide and regains the lead, with a score of 18-17.
In the fourth quarter, the Cowboys rally back and capture the lead once again. Dallas is ahead of Arizona, with a score of 20-18.
Dallas keeps its lead to the very end.