Cowboys notch 10th win behind Dak Prescott's 2 touchdowns
The Dallas Cowboys looked to be in playoff shape on Sunday, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 33-13 to earn their 10th victory of the season.
With a few weeks left in the season, Dak Prescott may have made his case for the NFL MVP title.
In the first half, Prescott and the Cowboys scored 24 points against the Eagles defense. Both of the top quarterback's touchdown throws came in the first two quarters.
The first was a 13-yarder to CeeDee Lamb, and the second came with 20 seconds left in the second quarter to Michael Gallup.
Gallup scored on the Michael Jordan "shrug" after beating the defense.
Prescott completed 24 of 39 throws for 271 yards and two touchdowns. It's his sixth game in a row with at least two touchdown throws.
He had three against the Seattle Seahawks and four against the Washington Commanders last week.
Dallas was paced by Jake Ferguson, who had five catches for 72 yards. Lamb finished with six catches for 71 yards, while Gallup also had six catches for 71 yards.