Dak Prescott finishes with 330 passing yards, four touchdowns

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Dak Prescott‘s night is done.

Cooper Rush replaced him with 2:15 remaining in the third quarter and the Cowboys safely in front 49-7. Dallas, which clinched the NFC East before kickoff, is on its way to an 11th victory and the No. 2 seed in the NFC for now.

Prescott threw for 321 yards and four touchdowns in the first half, the most passing yards for a quarterback in the first half of a game this season. He finished 28-of-39 for 330 yards and four touchdowns.

Rush, playing for the first time since Week 10, completed his first two passes for 70 yards and a touchdown. Malik Turner had both receptions. He went 61 yards with his first catch and scored on a 9-yard touchdown.

The Cowboys now lead 56-7.

The Cowboys have had seven different players score touchdowns, with one score coming on a pick-six and another on a blocked punt.

3 responses to “Dak Prescott finishes with 330 passing yards, four touchdowns

  1. Beating up on Washington doesn’t change the fact that Dallas will be one and done in the playoffs.

  2. So funny how many haters saying they’ll be one and done. Every year is different for any team. You can’t judge until the season is over. Just bitter hate flowing through their veins. This year in particular, ANY team can be one and done. Talk smack, and watch what happens when your own team gets bounced first time they play. Dallas is the only team that has as many haters watching the game as fans. It’s hilarious

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