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Dallas ended the season on a high — specifically in points scored and touchdowns tossed by quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys blew out NFC East-rival Philadelphia Eagles, on Saturday night, 51–26.

Philly played without starting quarterback Jalen Hurts, resting the franchise QB ahead of the team’s postseason appearance. Backup QB Gardner Minshew completed 19-of-33 passes for 186 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

In place of Michael Gallup, the third piece of the Cowboys’ receiving attack, was Cedrick Wilson — ending the night as Dallas’ standout receiver. He caught five passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns.

Before his early exit in the third, Dak completed 21-of-27 passing for 295 yards and five touchdowns (a career-high).

A bulk of the Cowboys’ attack came in the first half. Philly got the first score of the evening — a 3‑yard pass to Tyree Jackson — but the Cowboys offense retaliated

Dak found Wilson for Dallas’ first touchdown to tie the score (7–7), and later found the receiver for 24 yards in the second quarter to go up (17–10).

A 7‑yard rushing touchdown by Kenneth Gainwell tied things up before Dallas scored 13 unanswered points before the …

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