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Cooper Rush, Amari Cooper lift Cowboys to comeback win over Vikings

The first win came before kickoff, when Dallas ruled quarterback Dak Prescott inactive and successfully avoided a setback to their franchise quarterback’s calf strain.

Then came the more impressive, less-anticipated win: backup Cooper Rush engineering a 20-16 escape from U.S. Bank Stadium in his first career start in five pro seasons.

Rush was inconsistent but ultimately impressive, completing 24 of 40 passes for 324 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. His first career touchdown throw came on a spectacular 73-yard dart to wide receiver Cedrick Wilson. Rush’s second, a game-winner, came in the game’s final minute when he was electric connecting with his shared-name target, Amari Cooper, for a back-shoulder fade in the corner of the end zone.

A sizeable Cowboys fan base seated behind that eastern end zone erupted in cheers. Rush’s family celebrated in the stands, their kin lifting the Cowboys to 6-1 and a sixth-straight win.

Cowboys’ Cooper Rush finds Amari Cooper for juggling catch, sets up game-winning TD

Cooper Rush was thrust into the starting role after Dak Prescott was made inactive

Cooper Rush turned out to be the unsung hero for the Dallas Cowboys as he stepped into the starting quarterback role in place of an injured Dak Prescott on Sunday night.

Rush, who had been with the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants from 2017 to 2021, was making his first start against the Minnesota Vikings and led the team on a game-winning drive in the fourth quarter and made history in the process.

Cowboys at Vikings score: Cooper Rush rallies Dallas to sixth straight win with Dak Prescott sidelined

Rush connected with Amari Cooper on a game-winning touchdown in the final minute

The decision to sit Dak Prescott in Week 8 went exactly how you’d expect as they battled the Minnesota Vikings, but not for the entire game. Cooper Rush got help from key offensive weapons and a stout evening by the defense en route to a 20-16 upset at U.S. Bank Stadium. For even without Prescott and having lost All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith to an ankle injury during the game, the Vikings still couldn’t stop the Cowboys top playmakers from making plays, and that was ultimately the tale of the game.

It was a contest that saw the Vikings enter as favorites once news of Prescott’s likely absence took hold, but that didn’t account for the grit that’s been put on display by a Cowboys team that is no stranger to adversity. It arrived time and again throughout the matchup with the Vikings, as it has in weeks prior, but Dallas stared it down and now own a 6-1 record — creating that much more distance atop the NFC East and helping them move up in the conference by virtue of losses suffered by the Arizona Cardinals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

In an NFL week owned by backup QBs, Cousins and the Vikings found themselves victimized by the one from Dallas, with a lot of help from some usual suspects.

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Dallas stuns Minnesota on the road led by Micah Parsons and Cooper Rush

The Dallas Cowboys win a thrilling game without their starting quarterback, several key players fall to injury, takeaways from the game, and more.

Rush was far from perfect; this one would’ve been a blowout with Prescott under center. But after a shaky first half, Cooper was much sharper in the second and finished with 325 yards and two touchdowns.

His last play was his best; a perfectly-placed fade to Amari Cooper in the back of the endzone for the game-winning touchdown. That was the cap for a big night from Amari as well with 122 yards on eight catches. CeeDee Lamb wasn’t far behind with six catches for 112 yards.

While Ezekiel Elliott only had 50 rushing yards on 16 carries, his last touch was a crucial play as he helped set up the final TD with a 15-yard reception and strong RAC on 3rd-and-11. Zeke broke multiple tackles to move the chains and keep the drive alive.

But despite those heroics on offense, no single player tonight was more impressive than rookie LB Micah Parsons. The 11 tackles, four for losses, and some pass breakups were enough to be proud of, but Parsons made some of these plays in key moments to stop drives and led a strong overall defensive effort.

Dallas held Minnesota to just 278 total offensive yards. They only surrendered two field goals in the second half, keeping the score manageable enough for Rush and the offense to catch up once they found their rhythm.

Cooper Rush subs for Dak Prescott and becomes Cowboys legend in win over Vikings

They’ll remember Cooper Rush’s name in Dallas for a long, long time.

The Dallas Cowboys gambled and won big on Sunday night. They sat Dak Prescott, who has a calf injury, playing it safe with their best player. They probably didn’t figure on Rush leading a win, but they’ll take it.

After the Vikings took a late 16-13 lead, Rush led an impressive drive downfield. Ezekiel Elliott had a remarkable effort on a third down, breaking tackles to get a first down to the 5-yard line. A fantastic pass-and-catch from Rush to Amari Cooper was the go-ahead touchdown with 51 seconds left. The Cowboys defense got a final stop and Dallas held on to an unlikely 20-16 win. Rush had 325 yards and two touchdowns.

Before Sunday, Rush had only three career passing attempts. After Sunday, he’ll have a Clint Longley-esque place in Cowboys lore.

Cooper Rush, filling in for injured Dak Prescott, delivers huge win for Dallas Cowboys: ‘Just as good as the dream’

With a 20-16 win against the Minnesota Vikings, things could not have worked out better for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night.

Dak Prescott was able to gain extra rest for his right calf strain, Cooper Rush was able to show he can deliver if needed as the backup quarterback, and the Cowboys won their sixth straight game.

“This was definitely a gut-check win for us,” coach Mike McCarthy said.

That Rush played was not too surprising considering Prescott did not take any team snaps in practice during the week, focusing on his rehab from a calf injury he suffered while throwing the game-winning touchdown pass in overtime to beat the New England Patriots on Oct. 17.

That he played so well was — considering he entered Sunday with just 2 career yards on 1-of-3 passing and had not thrown a pass since 2017. A year ago, Rush did not make the Cowboys’ roster; on Sunday he delivered a massive win.

“You definitely dream about them and it’s just as good as the dream,” said Rush, who completed 24 of 40 passes for 325 yards with 2 touchdowns, including a 5-yard fade to Amari Cooper with 51 seconds to play.

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Cooper Rush

Cooper Rush is an American football quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).

(born November 21, 1993)

He played college football at Central Michigan University, and was signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2017.

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Cooper Rush Wiki, Biography, Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Career, Net Worth

Cooper Rush Wife & Wiki:- Cooper Rush is an American football player. He plays for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League as a quarterback. He played for the New York Giants in 2020. He was selected as an unselected free agent by the cowboys in 2017.

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Cooper Rush Wife

Cooper Rush’s marital status is not clear yet but he is in a relationship with Lauryn Rush. But we don’t know any single information related to his wife and marriage. We don’t know when and where they married.

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Cooper Rush was born on 21 November 1993 in Charlotte, Michigan, United States. Rush’s full name is Cooper Rush. He completed his schooling at Lansing Catholic High School in Lansing, Michigan. He completed his bachelor’s degree from Central Michigan University.

Cooper Rush Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife

Real/Full Name Cooper Rush
Profession/Occupation American Football Player
Nick Name Cooper
Age 27 years
Date Of Birth/Birthday 21 November 1993
Religion/Caste Christianity
Mother Tongue Not Known
Zodiac/Sun Sign Scorpio
Nationality American
Birth Place  Charlotte, Michigan, United States
Residence Not Known
Marital Status Not Known
Wife Lauryn Rush
Children 0
School Name Lansing Catholic High School
College Name Central Michigan University
Educational Qualification Graduate

Cooper Rush Age, Biography

Cooper Rush is 27 years old. His zodiac sign is Scorpio. Rush’s religion is Christian. He plays for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. His position is a quarterback. His jersey number is 10 for the Dallas Cowboys.

Cooper Rush Parents

Cooper Rush was born to Matthew Rush ( Father ) and Frances Rush ( Mother ). Cooper keeps hiding his family details from social media that’s why he has never shared anything about his parents and siblings.

Cooper Rush Nationality & Ethnicity

Cooper Rush’s ethnicity is white. Cooper Rush holds American nationality.

Cooper Rush Height and Weight

Cooper Rush’s height is 6 feet 3 inch and his weight is 98 kg.
Cooper Rush Career

  • Cooper played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2017 to 2019.
  • Then he played for the New York Giants in 2020.
  • Rush plays for the Dallas Cowboys from 2020.
  • He was named to the second-team All-MAC in 2015.
  • Cooper was named to the Third-team All-MAC in 2016.
  • His passing completions are 25 and his passing attempts are 43.
  • Rush’s completion percentage is 58.1% while passing yards are 327.

Cooper Rush Net Worth

Cooper’s net worth is not clear yet.

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The Cowboys have yet to announce a starting quarterback for Sunday night’s game against the Vikings, but based on the pregame warmup scene, it looks like Rush will start.

“Cooper Rush is leading the way through pregame throwing drills, and taking the lions share of the throws. Certainly looking like it’ll be Cooper Rush starting at quarterback tonight,” Mike Leslie tweeted.

“Dak Prescott going third through drills he normally leads. A good sign that Cooper Rush will be the starter tonight,” Jon Machota added.

Rush, 27, has been with the Cowboys since 2017. He was signed as an undrafted free agent. Rush spent some time with the New York Giants in 2020, though he returned to the Cowboys after a couple of months.

If Rush does get the start on Sunday night, he will have plenty of friends and family members cheering him on.

No one will be cheering harder than his wife, Lauryn Rush.

Lauryn Rush has shared several adorable photos of their relationship on Instagram.