WATCH: Prescott and Schultz tie game with quick TD before half

The Cowboys offense beyond the long touchdown drive has been entirely discombobulated. Miscommunication between quarterback Dak Prescott and his receivers led to two interceptions that both resulted in touchdowns for the Packers offense that’s been struggling for over a month.

Down 14-7 with less than two minutes left in the first half, the offense responded with a 66-yard touchdown drive on the shoulders of Prescott. A combination of throws to wide receiver CeeDee Lamb to regain confidence and a timely 23-yard gain for wide receiver Michael Gallup set up Dallas at the Green Bay 5-yard line. A play later, Prescott evened the score with a touchdown to tight end Dalton Schultz.

When the Cowboys have stayed out of their own way, they’ve been a formidable opponent for the NFL as a whole but their own mistakes have kept them from controlling the game in Lambeau Field. Nonetheless, the late touchdown is even larger with the Packers set to start the second half with the ball because Dallas elected to receive on the coin toss.

Story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire