The Dallas Cowboys blasted the Washington Football Team on Sunday night in front of a national audience. Dallas led from start to finish, dominating a division rival in embarrassing fashion.

It was a total team effort by the Cowboys. Trevon Diggs set the tone early with an interception on Washington’s first offensive play from scrimmage. The special teams unit later blocked a punt for a touchdown. All three phases were exceptional in the win.

That said, it was Dak Prescott that had a statement kind of performance on Sunday night. Prescott delivered in a big way while leading the Dallas Cowboys offense to an outing that the team desperately needed with the playoffs on the horizon.

Prescott threw four touchdowns — all coming before halftime. His accuracy was on point, his decision-making was spectacular, and his confidence was evident. Prescott was exceptional as he spread the football around and played his best football in weeks.

It was exactly what the doctor ordered for a Cowboys offense that has struggled since the week six win over the Patriots. Dak Prescott looked like the MVP candidate that he was prior to suffering a calf strain, and the Cowboys looked like a dominant team because of it.

The Dallas Cowboys are potentially the most dangerous team in football with Dak Prescott playing like that. Sunday Night Football broadcaster Cris Collinsworth said during the Cowboys’ win that “if Dak gets hot again … Dallas can win the whole thing.”

With the defense playing the way it has been playing of late, the Cowboys need its offense to get rolling again. Sunday night was a huge step in that direction for Dak Prescott and Dallas.

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