Cowboys vs. 49ers highlights: San Francisco beats Dallas in the divisional round

the NFL The division tour concluded sunday with San Francisco 49ers outweigh Dallas Cowboyswinning 19-12 to advance to the NFC title game.

The 49ers will move on to face Philadelphia Eagles Next weekend to get a place in Super Bowl LVII in Arizona.

Earlier, the third seed Cincinnati Bengals Plant the second seed Buffalo bills In double figures to advance to the AFC title game, where they will face the top seed Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday, January 29 at 6:30 p.m. ET).

Here are the most important plays!

San Francisco 49ers 19, Dallas Cowboys 12

loose kitten!

George Keitel He helped the 49ers get into Cowboys territory on their second possession, as they pulled a 30-yard gain to San Francisco.

Duck wants this again

Duck Prescott He committed the first critical error of the game just over midway through the first quarter.

On the third and ninth, it seemed like he wasn’t on the right page with Michael Gallupwhere a direct pass went to Diodorus Liorgiving the 49ers the ball at the Cowboys’ 21-yard line.

Third and Purdy

Purdy took a sack on the 49ers’ first play after the interception, but made up for it two plays later.

rookie found Brandon Ayuk Right sticks for a first down on third and 15. San Francisco had to settle for three, however, as he was unable to create the same magic again on the next three plays, giving the 49ers a 3-0 lead late in the game. First Quarter.

Get the first the hard way

The Cowboys only needed a yard to gain a first down on their third play at their own 49-yard line. But Prescott had trouble with the snaps as they had some movement before the snap. Fortunately for them, Ezekiel Elliott He powered his way through the deficit to get the first one.

Duck to Dalton for a TD Dallas

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After, after Sir Lamb Picking up a first down on a fourth-and-1, Prescott got the Cowboys at the 49ers’ 4-yard line on an 11-yard run. On the next play, he is found Dalton Schultz On a pass play for a touchdown.

Brett MaherThe extra point attempt was blocked, making him only 1-for-6 in extra point attempts since Monday’s game. Although the kick was blocked, FOX Sports color analyst Greg Olsen believes the kick would have gone wide to the left if it had not been blocked.

No Maher is fourth, and the decision pays off.

Despite being at the 49ers’ 35-yard line, the Cowboys elected to go for it on a 4th-and-4 with Maher struggling for an extra touchdown. Goal.

Mike McCarthy’s decision worked. Prescott scrambled for a nine-yard gain as the pocket collapsed, catching a first down and preserving the Cowboys’ lead before halftime.

Pollard is in pain

Tony Pollard He had to be helped off the court and into the blue tent after snagging his left ankle when he made a short catch.

Pollard was eventually taken to the locker room after the initial evaluation.

Pollard was ruled out when the game came back from the first half with a sprained ankle, according to FOX Sports’ Tom Rinaldi.

The 49ers attack Duck for selection

The Cowboys gave the ball away after entering the red zone. Prescott’s pass to Lamb was deflected Jimmy Ward And in the arms of the back Fred Warner For an interception, Dallas’ momentum stopped before halftime.

49ers take the lead in the half

San Francisco was able to convert on the interception. Purdy helped the 49ers catch a 40-yard catch to get into field goal range before the first half, though not without some trouble. He nearly committed a rookie foul when he danced into the pocket on a play with seven seconds left before throwing the ball wide.

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Fortunately for Purdy, the ball landed incomplete with a second left. That allowed Ruby Gold A 50-yard field goal, made by his third of the day, gave the 49ers a 9–6 lead at the break.

Parsons Force

Micah Parsons The 49ers threw a right tackle Mike McGlinchey on a pass rush late in the first half. The play has drawn comparisons to Hall of Famer Reggie White.

Joseph jars loose

After the Cowboys’ opening drive in the second half stalled around midfield, it looked like the 49ers had a chance to extend their lead. But Kelvin Joseph you the ball for free Ray Ray McCloud return, giving Dallas the ball at their own 21-yard line.

Maher makes the field goal to tie the game

Cowboy fans were able to exhale. Playing after Prescott nearly threw a punt, Maher set up a 25-yard field goal. Crisis averted.

Now watch me Ray Ray

McCloud bounced back after stumbling on the punt return. He took the ensuing kickoff 53 yards to get into Cowboys territory.

San Francisco wasn’t able to capitalize, even though they went three times, giving Dallas the ball back.

Place CeeDee and get big wins

Immediately after reporting Lamb Fingers scored, he made the biggest play of the game up to that point when the Cowboys recovered the ball. Lamb was pulled in a 46-yard grab as he tackled to get Dallas into San Francisco territory.

How did Kettle come to this?

Birdie’s pass over the middle looked like it was going to be too far for Kettle. But the star’s tight end tipped the ball to himself at least three times, including once in his face mask, to help the haul catch a 30-yard gain as he was down.

Come in, Christian

Christian McCaffrey He broke the tie on the first play of the fourth quarter, and rushed for an easy score to give the 49ers a 16-9 lead.

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And after making the driving play, Keitel helped celebrate.

turbo turbine

Cavontae Turpin He took the ensuing kickoff 44 yards to help the Cowboys begin their drive around midfield.

Skilled on money

A struggling Cowboys kicker is starting to get back on track. After kicking a chip field goal to tie the game earlier, Maher made a 43-yard drive to cut the 49ers’ lead to 16–12 with 11 minutes left in the game.

Dallas holds San Francisco for a field goal

The 49ers were able to kill some time after the Cowboys snapped the lead. They went on a 13-play drive that lasted almost exactly eight minutes (7:59) by converting on two plays for first down before having to settle for a 28-yard field goal.

The drive gave the Cowboys the ball again with 3:04 remaining, down 19-12.

Duck fell

After two consecutive hauls, Prescott was sacked when he tried to climb into his pocket Samson Abukam. Dallas elected to punt with just over two minutes left, hoping to force a San Francisco punt.

Mitchell on the move

Elijah Mitchell The opening broke for a 13-yard touchdown run, which seemed to seal the game for the 49ers. However, he went out of bounds to give the Cowboys a little more life.

what was that

Needing a miracle with six seconds left from their own 24-yard line, Dallas ran a freak formation to try and muster some magic. Elliott lined up in the middle while the rest of the offensive line moved out wide to the right. Prescott threw a quick pass over the middle to Turpin, but the Niners promptly tackled him to end the game, 19-12.

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