Cowboys vs. Broncos on Hold Due Weather Conditions

Unfortunately for all NFL fans in the world Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys have left the field this Sunday afternoon.

According to various sources, Mike Pereira from Fox Sports included, there was a lightning strike. This natural phenomenon happened within eight miles from Denver Broncos stadium which is coincidentally called Mile High Stadium.

At the moment in which the game was interrupted, there were 38 seconds left to play in the first quarter. The numbers on the score table were Broncos 7, Cowboys 0. Sources from NFL such is their own James Palmer say that the game could be delayed for an hour or even more.

The way things stand now, this forced time-out could be more beneficial to the Cowboys than to the Broncos. The Denver outfit was dominant on both sides of the ball. They have scored on their possession and made the Boys completely irrelevant in the match.

While the defensive performance was expected, Trevor Siemian and Broncos offense was the part of the team that also left a good impression. Siemian was skipping yards down the field on their second drive and managed to connect with Emmanuel Sanders for a touchdown. The final pass was 10 yards long. Broncos QB currently stands at 7-10 for 92 yards with one TD and no interceptions.

During the match two of the Dallas Cowboys players left the field due to injury. Both Chidobe Awuzie and Nolan Carroll are cornerbacks and are reportedly injured, and Scandrick was out even before the game. Dallas will hope that during the break their injuries will be under control.

Stay tuned for more information.