The Dallas Cowboys offense has turned into a juggernaut. While they faltered in the absence of Prescott earlier in the season, his return has given them the added boost that they have been missing. In the 5 games since Prescott’s return the Cowboys are 4-1 and have outscored opposing teams by a combined 80 points in that time span.
Also, in the 5 games since Prescott’s return from injury the Cowboys are averaging 32 points per game, putting them as the number one offense in the league. This is an astronomical turn around as the Cowboys’ offense only ranked 23rd in the first portion of the season.
Cowboys have also had a 14 point or higher lead in all 5 games since Dak’s return and currently lead the league in points per drive and 3rd down conversions.
The Cowboys offense has been dominant, and they should be able to continue their dominant streak in the upcoming weeks. The next three Cowboys’ opponents have a combined record of 8-21-2. The Cowboys offense has taken the next step and hopefully they can continue on this upward trend.