Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Dak's Performance In Playoff Victory Against SeattleDallas' three touchdowns came from a pass by Dak Prescott to rookie Michael Gallup and one-yard runs by Ezekiel Elliott and Prescott.
2nd Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Dramatic Final Regular Season VictoryA 2-point conversion pass from Dak Prescott to Michael Gallup with 1:12 to play helped the playoff-bound Dallas Cowboys beat New York 36-35 on Sunday, December 30.
3rd Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Trade For Amari CooperThe price was considered to be a fortune, but when Jerry Jones traded a first round pick for receiver Amari Cooper, it changed the fortunes of the Cowboys season.
4th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Beating Eagles In PhiladelphiaDallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott took over on Sunday night November 11 in a win against the rival Philadelphia Eagles 27-20.
5th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Beating Saints Behind Dominating DefenseDallas finished November with a star-studded performance in front of a national primetime audience, stifling the New Orleans Saints' top-ranked offense in a 13-10 victory.
6th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Winning NFC EastThe big play: Randy Gregory provided the pressure and forced the strip sack and Jaylon Smith took it 69-yards for a touchdown.
7th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Thanksgiving Day Victory Over Rival RedskinsThe Cowboys chances to make the playoffs seemed slim after starting the season 3-5. Thanksgiving Day was a turning point.
8th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Ezekiel Elliott Wins 2nd Rushing TitleIn 2018, Elliott became only the second running back in Cowboys history to win the NFL rushing title multiple times.
9th Greatest Moment Of 2018 Cowboys Season: Dak Dominates JaguarsDak Prescott posted a career high 82 yards rushing and threw two touchdown passes in 40-7 rout of Jacksonville in Week 6.
Prescott, Elliott Lead Revamped Cowboys In Playoff PursuitDak Prescott's fellow rookie standout from two years ago, Ezekiel Elliott, is the supposed sure thing for a team looking up in the NFC East at defending Super Bowl champ Philadelphia.