We shared with you earlier that Dallas Cowboys rookie and former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott had a terrific first half Friday night vs. the Miami Dolphins — throwing a TD pass to Dez Bryant and then running for another score.
That strong play extended to the second half as he threw for a second touchdown and ran for another as well. But the most eye-popping play to this point of the final 30 minutes was this 60-plus-yard throw to Brice Butler that nearly went for a third touchdown pass on the night.
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For the game, he was 12-of-15 for 199 yards and two passing touchdowns, and had 28 yards on three carries with two more scores.
Arm strength. Accuracy. No interceptions. Running ability. Outstanding work by the fourth-round draft pick. Can’t wait to see what he does next.
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