Cowboys Pull Out The Tricks & Get The Treats

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ARLINGTON, TX — The Cowboys threw a Halloween party at AT&T Stadium Sunday night, and they all showed up in their best costumes!

Dak was a zombie. He looked pretty dead through the first 3 quarters, but he roared back to life late in the game to lead the team to a huge comeback win.

“I’m not gonna stop,” Prescott said after the game. “I don’t care how bad I play early on, I don’t care really what I do, I’m not going to give up. I’ve got great, unbelievable teammates around me who give me confidence no matter what I’ve done.”

Zeke was, of course, a monster, putting up 148 total yards against one of the NFL’s best defenses.

“We’ve got a lot of momentum and we’re rolling right now,” Elliott said. “So we gotta build on that.”

Jason Witten must’ve shown up as the Invisible Man because that’s the only way he could get *that* wide open on the game-winning touchdown. And lastly Jason Garrett dressed up as a gambler: first calling up a big time fake punt.

“What they gave us was favorable for that so we tried to steal a possession to get back in the game and it worked,” punter Chris Jones said of his 30-yard scamper.

And then going for it all on 4th and 1 in overtime to help put Philly away.

So yeah, the Boys dialed up some tricks and got the treat of their sixth straight win and a two game division lead. And right now they’re a team that might be so good, it’s scary!

“This team is as close as I think any team can get,” said Prescott. “I don’t know if you’ll find another team that has fun the way we have fun but still handle our business each and every day and especially on Sundays.”