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- Dallas jumped out to a 17-6 lead in the first half, but Los Angeles completely won the adjustment battle by scoring on five straight possessions in the second half and completely neutralizing Dallas’ rush offense.
- The use of no-huddle by Los Angeles was very effective. The balanced commitment to the run game allowed them to set up play action passes that stretched the defense and neutralized some of Dallas’ stronger pass rush components.
- Los Angeles fell behind early but steadily capitalized on field position and scoring opportunities, including 7 made field goals. Credit to Sean McVay for making smart decisions on 4th down and staying committed to a sound offensive game plan.