For those keeping track at home, each of the Dallas Cowboys' three wins this season have come in blowout fashion. They demolished the New England Patriots 38-13, which means they've outscored opponents 108-13 in their three victories.
Dak Prescott hasn't had to do much in these games and Sunday was much of the same.
The national media will hold that against him because that's simply what happens whenever he doesn't throw for 300 yards and three touchdowns, but Prescott was as efficient as he was surgical against Bill Belichick's defense.
Prescott was 28-of-34 for 261 yards and one touchdown, adding up to a 108.5 passer rating. He would've had two TDs if not for a drop by rookie tight end Luke Schoonmaker, but the 30-year-old doesn't care much for stats.
Always demanding perfection from himself and his teammates, Prescott voiced some frustration over the Cowboys' red zone offense, which improved on Sunday but is still leaking oil. Ultimately, though, nobody is splitting hairs after a 35-point win.
That's the message Prescott preached in his postgame interview with Fox's Erin Andrews, which culminated in the adrenaline-filled QB letting a curse worse slip through his lips.
Dak Prescott accidentally cursed in his postgame interview after the Cowboys beat the Patriots.
If you watched the interview live, the curse word wasn't bleeped out. It's virtually impossible for Fox's producers to catch this in real time. They can't predict the future. The network edited the video before the tweet was published, but for the live audience who questioned if Prescott actually said that, you were absolutely right.
Prescott's reaction after he realized he swore on national television was priceless. Andrews has long been one of the finest sideline reporters regardless of sport and the Fox veteran impressively didn't skip a beat with the interview.
The best part? Prescott's slip-up came out of nowhere. The two-time Pro Bowler was in the midst of hitting all of the postgame pointers, as elite leaders do. He identified something he can improve on, credited teammates and coaches and showered the defense with praise after its two-touchdown performance all the while stating the team's collective desire to keep improving.
Prescott's done hundreds of interviews since he entered the NFL. He'll probably go one hundred more without doing this again.