The Dallas Cowboys were a good team this week.
They got off to a great start with a 38-14 win over the Green Bay Packers, but they came up empty after a 27-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
They still managed to take down the Washington Redskins 31-10.
That’s a win-loss record of 0-1.
The Cowboys got off on a bad note on Sunday night when quarterback Dak Prescott fumbled in the end zone and the clock ran out, giving the Packers a chance to win the game.
Prescott and the rest of the offense were held to just 44 yards passing, which was a career low.
Prescott was sacked five times and was picked off twice.
But the Cowboys were able to rally from the 10-point deficit to win 26-24.
Dak Prescott was the quarterback for the Cowboys and he’s now in the NFL Hall of Fame.
Dak is the only QB to start four games in a season and win two of them.
The next game, the Packers are coming off a loss to Minnesota, but Prescott is the starter for the team right now and he threw for 346 yards and four touchdowns against the Vikings.
Prescott is a good quarterback, but he is also a big liability on offense.
The Packers will need Prescott to be a lot better this week against the Cowboys.
The Green Bay offense was really bad, scoring only 38 points and finishing with an average of 31.5 points.
The defense was even worse, allowing 43 points and allowing an average over 27 points.
Prescott has been a bad quarterback all season, and he’ll be tested again against the Dallas Cowboys.