NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been named the NFC’s Offensive Player of the Week.

The honor comes after he led the team to a rare 35-29 win over the Patriots on Sunday.

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Dak had 445 passing yards and three touchdowns — including the game-winning 35-yarder to CeeDee Lamb. It was on that touchdown throw when Dak suffered a calf strain that left him in a walking boot after the game. Coaches said an MRI confirmed, but both Dak and they are optimistic and him playing at Minnesota on October 31. Dallas has a bye this week.

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The Cowboys’ thrilling end of regulation and overtime game against the patriots was CBS’ most-watched October game in the national game window since 2015. The viewership peaked as the teams traded touchdowns late in the fourth quarter, with nearly 30 million viewers tuning in.

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This is the fourth time Dak has won the Player of the Week award in his career.

CBSDFW.com Staff