Cowboys stud: Dak Prescott, QB
At this point, Dak Prescott should make sure there's room for his MVP trophy. He's been playing at an elite level throughout the season but once again, the sticks continued to move for him. Despite his performance, the claim was that he couldn't beat the Eagles — even though he has. He put that to rest with another dominant night.
Prescott moved the offense right down the field on a 10-play, 75-yard drive. He capped that one off with a 13-yarder to CeeDee Lamb, giving his team an early 7-0 lead. A second touchdown included an absolute dart to Jake Ferguson for seven yards and ended with a Rico Dowdle touchdown run.
He then ended the first half with yet another 75-yard drive. This time, he did so with just under two minutes to go. He had several solid plays and finished with a one-yard touchdown pass to Michael Gallup, putting his team up 24-6 at the half.
When all was said and done, Prescott threw for 271 yards on 24-of-39 passing. He had two touchdowns and no interceptions, with his only miscue coming when he fumbled the ball while being sacked. That one was taken back for a touchdown by Jalen Carter but the Eagles were still never truly back in the game.
Dallas has a tough stretch with just one more game at home in their final four outings. They'll also have to take on the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and Detroit Lions over the next three weeks. It's a gauntlet but with the way Prescott is playing, they have to believe they can handle it.