Cowboys, Bills Tied at Half, 6-6

The Cowboys were 4-10 going into Sunday

After 30 minutes in Buffalo, the Cowboys are tied with the Bills, 6-6.

The Bills’ score came on a one-yard touchdown run from Karlos Williams, which capped a 60-yard drive that took just under two minutes. But Dan Carpenter missed the extra point, so Cowboys kicker Dan Bailey’s pair of first half field goals was enough to keep it tied.

Also helping keep it tied was Cowboys cornerback Deji Olatoye, who intercepted Tyrod Taylor in the end zone to end the half.

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In his first career start, Kellen Moore is 7-of-15 passing for 116 yards. Taylor is 9-of-11 for 119 yards and the pick.

With Dez Bryant out, Brice Butler is leading the way in receiving thus far, with 64 yards on three catches. On the ground, Darren McFadden went for 45 yards on 12 carries.

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