Nov 12, 2017; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman (26) runs the ball against the Dallas Cowboys in the third quarter at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)
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The Falcons weren't content to savor the long-awaited complete game that was so elusive in the first half of this season.The Falcons (5-4) can look ahead to next week's visit to Seattle with renewed confidence after winning behind Matt Ryan's two touchdown passes and Adrian Clayborn's team-record six sacks.Freeman suffered a concussion when hit by Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens on Atlanta's second play of the game. Still, the Falcons outrushed the Cowboys 132-107 .The Cowboys (5-4) set a season low with only 233 total yards. Dak Prescott was sacked eight times, a career high. He had been sacked 10 times in the Cowboys' first eight games.Here are some more things to know about the Falcons' win over the Cowboys.The Falcons converted 7 of 13 third downs and scored on three of four possessions inside the Dallas 20 .After starting the game without Smith, the Cowboys lost linebacker Sean Lee to a hamstring injury in the first quarter.
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