WATCH: Cowboys’ Tony Pollard hits 100-yard kickoff return TD

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The Dallas Cowboys saw their deficit rise back to 11 points midway through the third quarter. The Las Vegas Raiders looked like they had taken control of the game again. And then, Tony Pollard happened.

Pollard, who led the league in kickoff return average on the season, caught the ball at his own goal line and saw the field unfold in front of him, Cutting to the left sideline, he beat the Raiders who appeared to have the angle on him, made a referee faceplant and continued in for the record-tying score.

It’s the first full field-length kickoff return for Dallas since Felix Jones in 2008. CeeDee Lamb returned an onside kick for a score last season against San Francisco.

The Cowboys made the extra point, but a leverage penalty gave them another chance. They went for two but failed, keeping the score 24-19 in favor of Las Vegas.