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Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott scored past the Steelers’ Mike Mitchell in the fourth quarter.

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In the ongoing quarterback controversy for the Dallas Cowboys, Ezekiel Elliott just saved Dak Prescott’s starting position for him.

Things looked bad for Prescott when Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did his best impersonation of Dan Marino late in the fourth quarter, faking a spike to stop the clock and throwing a go-ahead touchdown pass that looked like it would end Dallas’ seven-game winning streak. But Elliott was not done, and the rookie running back broke free for a 32-yard touchdown run with just nine seconds remaining that secured a 35-30 victory for the Cowboys.

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