Source:thelandryhat.com

4With the win against the Giants, the Cowboys improve their record to 7-6.

Source:dallascowboys.com

Thanks to the past two weeks, the Cowboys finally put behind them the three-game losing streak, and they are now trying to fight out their postseason spot. Since they lost one too many times, they now need a lot of help and a bit of luck. What they must do is control the games in front of them. Sunday was a great example of how the things should be done when they defeated NY Giants. The result was 30-10, but it wasn’t easy.

That game was also their second in a row with 30 or more points, and they won against another NFC East rival – the Washington Redskins by a large margin. The scoreboard read 38-14 against the Redskins. The Cowboys have proven with these two duels that they have enough talent and know how to play proper football. The team will be even more dangerous and better when the star running back Ezekiel Elliott returns.

The top performer of their last win was the man himself, Dak Prescott. He struggled without Elliott and even against the Redskins his performance wasn’t up to scratch. But, on Sunday this guy demonstrated that those previous were just a rough patch and not what we will be seeing from him in the future. At the end of this game, his figures were standing at 332 passing yards and 3 TDs with no interceptions.

But we didn’t notice Prescott’s performance only. Here is what also caught our eye:

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