Well, it’s just Dak being Dak now.
Dak Prescott that is, the Cowboys starting quarterback, who has now led Dallas to six straight wins.
He capped it off Sunday night by rolling out to his left and finding fellow SEC product and former Tennessee Volunteer Jason Witten wide open in the endzone to give the Cowboys the win over the Eagles.
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Prescott also had an earlier passing touchdown to tie the game at 23 and push it to overtime with an incredible catch by Dez Bryant
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He also had this run earlier in the game to give the Cowboys the lead.
Precioso engaño y los Cowboys toman ventaja. https://t.co/lNyxJj4r8i
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His game-winner gave him 287 passing yards on the night, completing 19 of 39 passes with another 38 yards on the ground. With Tony Romo on the brink of coming back, Prescott made it extremely difficult for the Cowboys coaching staff and Jerry Jones to pull him off the field now.
His alma mater was clearly excited as well.
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