Prescott completed 42 of 54 pass attempts for 455 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 29-23 overtime win over the Eagles.
Prescott had been fairly dormant through the majority of three quarters, but his arm caught fire in the fourth and overtime periods, resulting in several career-best figures. The 25-year-old normally produces stat lines resembling a game manager, but he tore the top off a vulnerable Eagles secondary. The addition of Amari Cooper at the trade deadline has certainly improved Prescott's play. The signal caller is averaging 285.7 passing yards in six games with his new weapon, compared to 202.4 yards per game over the previous seven contests. Fantasy owners shouldn't expect many more 400-yard performances, especially considering Prescott hadn't reached the 300-yard mark once prior to Sunday's explosion. Still, he should have a decent floor against a middle-of-the-pack Colts secondary in Week 15.
Prescott completed 24 of 28 passes for 248 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions in the Cowboys' 13-10 win over the Saints on Thursday. He also rushed five times for 22 yards and fumbled twice, recovering one.
Prescott was razor sharp in terms of completion percentage and averaged a solid 8.9 yards per attempt. He also managed to stay interception-free for the fourth straight game. However, he was sacked seven times and couldn't hold on to the ball on two of them, with the second one transpiring with 2:42 remaining at the Saints' 15-yard line. Cameron Jordan forced and recovered a fumble on a jarring hit of the Dallas quarterback, but the potentially-costly mistake was neutralized by a Jourdan Lewis interception of Drew Brees just two plays later. Prescott has now posted a completion rate of over 70.0 percent in three of his past four games, and he once again displayed impressive chemistry with Amari Cooper, hitting the receiver on eight occasions for 75 yards. Prescott will look to curb his fumbling issues and help the Cowboys to their fifth straight win in a Week 14 divisional showdown against the Eagles on Dec. 9.
Prescott completed 22 of 31 pass attempts for 289 yards and two touchdowns Thursday against the Redskins. He also carried six times for 18 yards and a touchdown during the 31-23 win.
Prescott completed 71 percent of his pass attempts and averaged 9.3 yards per attempt as he set a new season high in passing yardage. He was having a rather pedestrian game until the third quarter, when he connected with Amari Cooper for touchdowns of 40 and 90 yards on back-to-back drive. Prescott also continued a string of nice contributions as a ball carrier, scoring his fifth rushing touchdown in the last six games with a nifty five-yard run in the fourth. He's playing his best football of the season and will need to keep it up next Thursday against the high-flying Saints.
Prescott completed 22 of 32 pass attempts for 208 yards during Sunday's 22-19 win over the Falcons. He also carried four times for five yards and a touchdown.
Prescott didn't generate many big plays, though he went without a turnover for the second straight game and converted some important third downs to sustain drives. One of his most crucial contributions came on a four-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter which put his team ahead for the first time. Prescott doesn't do much damage through the air most weeks, but he's boosted his fantasy value with three rushing touchdowns in his last four games. He enjoyed a productive game against the Redskins in Week 7 and will look to put on a repeat performance as they pay Dallas a visit on Thanksgiving.
Prescott completed 26 of 36 pass attempts for 270 yards and a touchdown, adding nine yards and another touchdown on six carries in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Eagles.
Fresh off a vote of confidence from his owner earlier this week, Prescott led his team to a key division victory in a hostile environment. After a slow start to the year, the 25-year-old has begun to pick things up over his last four games, averaging 242.3 passing yards per game to go along with six touchdowns to just one interception. Not known for his mobility, Prescott has also helped his fantasy stock with 135 yards and three more scores over that four-game span. The signal caller doesn't have the greatest upside, but he could be a sneaky play against a porous Falcons' pass defense Week 11.
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