As expected, the Dallas Cowboys rolled the New York Giants in Week 10. Whereas the defense stole the show in Week 1 against the Giants, the offense carried the load, as Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb couldn't be stopped.
Both Prescott and Lamb have been on a tear, but it was Lamb who made NFL history on Sunday by becoming the first player in the Super Bowl era to post at least 10 catches and 150 receiving yards in three straight games.
It looked for a while that Lamb would fall just short of the record, however.
Early in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys had pulled their starters, including Prescott. In an awesome gesture to Lamb, though, Mike McCarthy schemed up two easy catches that allowed No. 88 to get over the 10-catch and 150-yard marks.
No receiver in the NFL -- including A.J. Brown, whom Dallas held to under 70 yards last week -- is playing better than Lamb right now. Clearly riding high on confidence, Lamb sent a statement to the league that is hard to deny at this point.
Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb crowns himself as NFL's best wide receiver.
You can debate if Lamb is the league's premier receiver. Brown, Tyreek Hill, Justin Jefferson and Amon-Ra St. Brown all belong in the conversation. Based on current form -- and that Lamb was a second-team All-Pro last season -- you'd be hard-pressed to name two receivers better than Lamb right now.
Over the last three games, Lamb has 34 catches for 500 yards (!), four touchdowns and 17 catches gaining at least 15 yards. He's on pace for 1,842 receiving yards and is on a fast track to a first-team All-Pro nod, which are typically given to the three-best receivers in the game.