Nonetheless, Prescott responded, as he has been since the day he arrived in Dallas. He completed his passing for 347 yards, three touchdowns, and a passer rating of 124.3, leading the Cowboys to his monumental 40–34 win over the Eagles, giving the division just a handful of his crown. maintained a good chance.
Oh, but he had one interception. But! He also had game-changing passes to TY Hilton on his 3rd and his 30th late in the fourth quarter, completely turning his momentum upside down. So Prescott turned his back to the wall and blinked? No, but he’s a little brother and needs to be mentally tough.
“It comes from I guess [being] When I was younger, I was beaten and suffered a lot of losses. The only way to continue is to respond. It shows that it doesn’t really matter what happened in the last play. It’s all about the next play.”
Don’t miss the situation where Prescott stepped up. The Eagles were without quarterback Jalen Hurts in place of backup Gardner Minshew, but it was Prescott who faced the defense with the most sacks in the league and reached him six times Saturday night. rice field.
He pulled the Cowboys away from not one but two separate 10-point deficits against the Eagles, contributing 419 total yards of offense and 10 catches for Lamb’s 120 yards and two touchdowns. . One more play was all Prescott was looking for after the interception.
Luckily, the Cowboys defense forced four turnovers against the Eagles, giving the offense and Prescott scoring chances. How was Prescott and co. fare? Twenty of the 40 total points came off the turnover.
Over the past three games, the Cowboys have been forced to try to win a game that ends whether it’s their intention or not. They did so in a two-minute drill two weeks ago against the Texans.
However, in the heavyweight battle between Tyson and Holyfield the night before Christmas, the Cowboys won. And Prescott was sticking to his message last week, and that’s true even after a game like that. The Cowboys and Prescott are resilient.
“As we’ve been talking about all year long, that’s our motto: resilience,” Prescott said. “And I think tonight is a great example of that. I was 10 points down in the first half and I could deal with it. “