Dak Prescott went 2-for-2 for 72 yards and a touchdown on his first two passes of the game. He was 14-for-23 for 87 yards the rest of the way.
It marked the eighth time in the past 10 games the Cowboys have had under 200 passing yards.
But since the Cowboys won the game, the quarterback was asked about accepting Landon Collins‘ challenge.
“I don’t really put that much thought into it like you guys do,” Prescott said when asked whether Collins’ statement was “disrespectful.”
The Giants safety said during the week that New York had to stop Ezekiel Elliott and “put the ball into Dak’s hands and I think we have a better shot at winning.” Prescott responded by saying, “Challenge accepted. Challenge accepted.”
“It’s not that big of a deal to me, but I know I wasn’t the only that heard that,” Prescott said Sunday. “When I said, ‘Challenge accepted,’ it wasn’t just me…