The Week 11 battle between Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys against the Carolina Panthers and Bryce Young ended in a comfortable 33-10 victory for Prescott and his team. The game turned into a blowout victory for the Cowboys in the last 15 minutes after they took a 17-3 lead.
Steve A. Smith, an ESPN analyst, dismissed the game, calling the Carolina Panthers a horrible team and the Dallas Cowboys lucky to have faced weak opponents in the last few weeks. He also criticized the scheduling, referring to the Cowboys facing teams like the Giants and the Panthers as having three bye weeks.
Dak Prescott is now heading into a series of primetime matchups after wrapping up the non-primetime section of his schedule. The Cowboys have three consecutive peak-time games over the next three weeks, followed by another primetime game in late December. This gives the entire country an opportunity to see more of Prescott, Tony Pollard, Micah Parsons, and other key players.
Depending on their performance, the 7-3 Cowboys may finish the season under .500 or with a nearly spotless record. The upcoming primetime matchups will be an opportunity for fans and critics to see how the team performs under pressure on a national stage.