1. Dak Prescott throws 4 TDs and 350 yards
Not even the biggest Dak Prescott critic can explain away the success he's had recently. They were out in full force during the 2022 season when he led the NFL in interceptions but with just six through the first 12 games, it's been silent. Prescott is simply playing brilliantly right now and is protecting the ball better than anyone.
It's not as if he's not passing the ball much and playing it safe. Prescott is taking shots downfield and has at least two touchdowns in the past six games. In all, he's had 20 touchdowns and just two picks in that span and is doing so even with a struggling run game.
Right now, he feels like the favorite for the NFL MVP but he won't win it unless he completely blows out the competition. More is expected of Prescott than other quarterbacks since he wears the star on his helmet, which is why the goalposts get moved whenever he quiets a concern. This weekend will be a huge opportunity for him to go out and prove he's the best.
Jalen Hurts will be under center - sorry David Carr - for the Eagles and he's arguably second in the MVP race, even if he's unfairly boosted by his tush-push touchdowns. Dak needs to prove on Sunday Night Football that he's the better player right now. This final prediction is that he accomplishes this with at least 350 yards and four touchdowns in a huge win for Dallas.