In Sunday’s game between the Cowboys and the Jets, the Cowboys dominated, with the Jets only managing to score 10 points and gain 215 yards. They also struggled to move the chains, with just 12 first downs, and had four turnovers. Surprisingly, quarterback Zach Wilson led the team in rushing yards with 36 on five scrambles, surpassing the efforts of Breece Hall and Dalvin Cook. Hall only gained 9 yards on four carries, while the rest of the running backs combined for 24 yards on 10 carries. Cook’s performance was lackluster, completing only 4 out of 7 passes. Hall expressed his disappointment about the limited opportunities he had in the game, stating that it affected the team’s performance. He believed that the early deficit led to the team abandoning the running game, making it difficult to regain momentum. This was evident in Hall’s stats for the game, as he tied his career-low in carries, rushing yards, and per-rush average. Despite the challenges, Hall believed that every time he touched the ball, he had the potential to make a positive impact, although the opposing team’s solid defensive line and a struggling offensive line hindered their performance. The Jets’ offensive struggles were evident in their limited number of plays, with only 46 offensive plays executed throughout the game.