Dak Prescott’s impressive play wasn’t the only thing turning heads at Sunday’s Cowboys game.
Before Dallas destroyed the Washington Football Team in a post-Christmas blowout, Prescott’s girlfriend, Natalie Buffett, made quite the statement on the sidelines, courtesy of her “Cowboys make better lovers” jacket.
Buffett, who has been dating Prescott, 28, since at least 2020, enjoyed Sunday night’s game from a suite at AT&T Stadium, where she took a tequila shot with fellow guests.
Prescott, meanwhile, paused all chatter about a potential slump by lighting up the scoreboard with four touchdowns and zero interceptions. The sixth-year quarterback completed 28 of 39 passes for 330 yards.
The Cowboys, now 11-4, clinched their first NFC East title since 2018. After Dallas thrashed their division rival, 56-14, head coach Mike McCarthy praised Prescott’s performance.
“I thought he was in total control,” coach Mike McCarthy said. “His numbers in the first half reflect that. Had some shot opportunities, was patient with the checkdowns. I really like the way he played tonight.”
Beyond adding a division title to his trophy case, Prescott also became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw a touchdown pass to a tight end, wide receiver, running back and offensive lineman in a regular-season game.
Perhaps Prescott can work his latest regular-season magic into the playoffs come mid-January.