WATCH: Lamb gets redemption on takeover drive and one-handed TD

The first half was a forgettable one for the Dallas offense but they showed up just on time in MetLife Stadium. Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb was wide open for what may have been a touchdown in the first half, dropped the easy catch and showed frustration afterwards.

In the second half, the Cowboys had their first touchdown drive to tie the game at 13 then the defense delivered with another stop. On the first fourth quarter drive for Dallas, Lamb went full redemption mode.

The new Cowboys WR1 totaled 47 yards on the drive, including a clutch catch in traffic on a gutsy fourth down attempt at the Giants 41-yard line. Two plays later, Lamb broke loose for a 26-yard gain where he barreled through a New York defender to release some of his anger.

A yard from the goal line, quarterback Cooper Rush went right back to Lamb for a goal-line fade, and Lamb made a one-handed grab look easy to take the lead.

After making the easy catches look difficult, Lamb was surgical on the biggest drive of the game to give Dallas a 20-13 lead over the 2-0 Giants.

Story originally appeared on Cowboys Wire