TAMPA -- The Dallas Cowboys are on the board for the first time in 2021.
Quarterback Dak Prescott threw his first touchdown since Week 5 of last season by finding wide receiver CeeDee Lamb on a 22-yard touchdown to tie the game 7-7.
The touchdown was Lamb's sixth on his young career.
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Tampa Bay flashed a blitz for Prescott on 2nd & 3, and with the pocket collapsing, Prescott threw a rainbow of a ball to the second-year pro Lamb, who beat defensive back Sean Murphy-Bunting on his route.
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The Buccaneers scored first with a long touchdown drive ending in a Chris Godwin 5-yard touchdown, but the Cowboys answered on the ensuing drive.
Prescott was electric on the scoring drive, going 7 for 7 for 75 yards, ending on the Lamb touchdown. Through the first two drives, he's thrown for 124 yards on 10 of 13 completions.
Fourth-year wide receiver Michael Gallup was the most involved skill player on the drive, catching three passes for 28 yards, including a tight grab on the sideline that featured some crisp footwork.
Prescott also found backup running back Tony Pollard twice for 18 receiving yards while Ezekiel Elliott took a backseat.
The touchdown was Prescott's 107th of his career and his third to Lamb. The pair connected on a pair of touchdowns last season against the Cleveland Browns and have now scored together against the Bucs.
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