WATCH: Lamb caps off long Cowboys TD drive to take lead on Packers

Taking on the Packers defense and the freezing nature of Lambeau field, the Cowboys offense got off to a cold start coming off of the bye week with two short drives. The third possession looked similar until quarterback Dak Prescott barreled through defenders for a third-down conversion at the Dallas 39-yard line.

Coming off the momentum, the Cowboys churned for a long drive that totaled 17 plays and 83 yards, chewing off 8:21 of game time. Kellen Moore dialed up some nifty calls to shake up the Green Bay defense and did just that by putting wide receiver CeeDee Lamb in the backfield. The change caught the Packers off guard, and Prescott found Lamb for the first touchdown of the game.

Lamb’s score is his fourth of the season and the return of Prescott has favored his success as Dallas takes a 7-0 lead on the road.

Story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire