Prescott skips kettle jumping, gets Cowboys back on track (The Associated Press)

Dak Prescott had no interest in joining fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott for the Salvation Army kettle jump . The Dallas quarterback is a little more low-key, happy to let his most accurate game as Cowboys quarterback do the talking coming off his worst game as a pro. ”I think he’s shown that he can do what you hope that a quarterback can do, and that’s come back from when he didn’t play as well as he wanted to play,” owner and general manager Jerry Jones said after Sunday’s 26-20 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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