Arlington, Texas – Doc Prescott has three touchdown passes and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Philadelphia Eagles 41-21 on Monday.
Prescott has been playing his first game at AT&T Stadium since he suffered an ankle injury on the same court almost a year ago.
Trevon drove 59 yards to the Digs End Zone.
The second half was rebellious in the first minute, with the Cowboys cushioning 26-7.
Diggs and Logan Wilson of Cincinnati Bengal lead the NFL with three breaks.
Ezekiel Elliott has 95 running yards and two touchdowns.
Tight end Dalton Schultz caught 22- and 19-yard touchdown passes.
Prescott did not make an interruption, but the Eagles (1-2) maintained a touchdown after dropping the ball in the pay zone.
Prescott completed 21 of the 26 passes and recorded 238 yards in the air.
By the end of the first half, the Cowboys (2-1) had a 19-1 advantage in the first test chapter.
Jolen Hurts had 326 passing yards, two of which led to touchdowns. He was the victim of two interruptions.
At Halfway Point, the Football Hall of Fame rings were presented to Jimmy Johnson, Cliff Harris and Drew Pearson during the summer.
The Cowboys Home will once again have a full house. The match attracted 93,267 people.
Dallas will host the Carolina Panthers on Sunday as they try to lift their record to 4-0.