CLEVELAND, OH — The Cowboys were up in Cleveland taking on the winless Browns, and they made it look as easy as taking a Sunday afternoon drive, cruising to a 35-10 win.
The hapless Browns just had no answer to Dak, Zeke and the high-powered Dallas offense. And in honor of daylight savings time coming to an end, Jason Witten turned back the clock going for 134 yards and a touchdown, his biggest day since 2013.
Prescott threw 3 touchdowns on the day, all to wide open receivers, as he broke Troy Aikman’s record for most touchdown passes by a Dallas rookie.
The Cowboys defense put together another solid week, sacking Cody Kessler 4 times and holding an opponent to under 20 points for the fifth time this season.
Now the Boys are 7-1 and riding their longest winning streak since 2007, and the question is no longer whether Dallas is good, but are they good enough to go all the way?