Steelers vs. Cowboys score: The NFL returned to the field for its first exhibition in two years, with a match-up between Pittsburgh and Dallas. The teams were plagued by typical preseason mistakes such as penalties and botched plays but it was clear from early on who would be victorious: Steelers 16, Cowboys 3
The Hall of Fame game is always an exciting time because we get our first glimpse at some new talent that everyone will start to grow attached too! Thankfully this year’s contest didn’t disappoint when it came to showcasing future stars like Josh Jacobs
The Steelers were able to maintain their running game throughout the contest, but Dallas’ backs lacked consistency. While Rico Dowdle led with 43 yards on eight carries, Pittsburgh’s back had more than double that many attempts and was still gaining ground despite tough competition from a talented Cowboys defense.
Najee Harris showed that he is ready for the NFL level with 22 yards rushing on seven carries in his first game as a pro. He also added one carry for two more yards and caught three passes, which were all successful plays. His performance helped lead the Steelers to victory when Kalen Ballage scored their lone touchdown of the day out of nowhere!
The Cowboys outgained the Steelers 347-250 for the game, but Pittsburgh won by forcing three turnovers while committing only one.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have a new running back and he showed up in the preseason debut. The rookie Najee Harris led with 22 yards on seven carries, while Kalen Ballage scored the game’s only touchdown for all those who caught it on TV.
Steelers vs. Cowboys score