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In the National Football League, the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs are two of the most iconic and storied franchises. With a combined 27 Super Bowl appearances and 13 championships between them, these two teams have been perennial contenders for much of their histories. In recent years, however, they have been division rivals in the NFC East and AFC West, respectively. So who has won more games between Dallas and Kansas City?
In their head-to-head matchup history, the Cowboys have won 19 games while the Chiefs have won 17 games. However, since 2010, the Cowboys have won 5 games while the Chiefs have only won 1 game.
Between Dallas and Kansas City, the game was a close one. Though Dallas had possession of the ball for more of the game, Kansas City’s defense held strong. In the end, Dallas came out on top with a score of 24-17.
The First Half
In the first half, both teams had a touchdown, but Dallas had a field goal, so they were ahead 10-7 at halftime.
The Second Half
In the second half, the game was all Dallas. The Cowboys’ offense couldn’t be stopped, and they scored touchdowns on their first three possessions of the half. The Cowboys put up 24 points in the third quarter alone, and they led 42-17 going into the fourth quarter.
The Cowboys’ defense also stepped up in the second half, and they held the Chiefs’ offense to just three points in the second half. Kansas City’s only points of the second half came on a field goal with less than two minutes to play in the game.
The Cowboys ended up winning the game by a final score of 42-20, and they advances to the NFC Championship Game next week.
It was a close game, but in the end, Dallas came out on top with a score of 31-28. This victory was especially sweet for the Cowboys, who had lost to the Chiefs in their last meeting.
Both teams played well, but it was the Cowboys’ defense that ultimately made the difference. They were able to pressure Kansas City’s offense and force them to make mistakes that led to points for Dallas.
Now that the dust has settled, let’s take a look at what this win means for the Cowboys going forward.
First and foremost, it keeps them in the hunt for a playoff spot. With a record of 7-6, they are currently tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for first place in the NFC East. They also have a chance to catch the Green Bay Packers (8-5) for a wild card spot if they can keep winning.
This win also helps Dallas’ chances of making it to the playoffs if they do end up finishing tied with Philadelphia or Green Bay. That’s because they now own the tiebreaker over both of those teams due to their head-to-head victories.
So while it’s still early, this was a crucial win for the Cowboys that keeps them alive in both the division and conference race.
After a four game winning streak, the Dallas Cowboys lost to the Kansas City Chiefs 14-10. This was a very intense and close game, with the lead changing several times. Ultimately, the Cowboys were not able to pull ahead, and the Chiefs won.