Dak Prescott ties a rookie record held by Dan Marino and Russell Wilson

The Cowboys' dynamic rookie duo is setting all kinds of records Sunday. Early in Dallas' game against the Ravens, Ezekiel Elliott passed Tony Dorsett to break the franchise's all-time rookie rushing yards record.

Midway through the third quarter, Dak Prescott joined Dan Marino and Russell Wilson as the only rookie quarterbacks in NFL history to throw multiple touchdown passes in five consecutive games. Prescott found Cole Beasley in the corner of the end zone for his first score of the day, then hit Dez Bryant on that familiar back-shoulder fade for his second.

Prescott didn't throw a touchdown in either of his first two games. He has thrown at least one in every game since, and at least two in six of the past eight. He has 16 TD tosses and two picks on the season as of this writing, and has added four touchdowns on the ground as well.

Prescott will want to close this out, but either way, he'll have the opportunity to get the record all to himself if he throws two or more touchdowns against Washington next week.

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