Studs: Dak Prescott and CeeDee Lamb
How about that Dallas passing attack on Sunday? Sheesh!
After a quiet start to the year, Dak Prescott had almost no troubles dicing up a tough New York defense that gave Josh Allen and company some serious problems in Week 1. He was nearly flawless, completing 31-of-38 passes for 2 touchdowns, 0 interceptions and a passer rating of 112.2.
Prescott's pocket poise was obvious on Sunday. He didn't force anything, instead being patient and finding the holes in the Jets' secondary for big gains all day. The two-time Pro Bowler even rushed 15 yards to pick up a huge first down on the team's first drive, which he capped off with a passing touchdown to Jake Ferguson.
Prescott's favorite target on Sunday was CeeDee Lamb, who tore up New York's coverage all game. Lamb hauled in 11 of 13 targets for 143 yards, including a long of 31. He was easily Dallas' best option to move the chains, creating space for himself despite getting the bulk of the Jets cornerbacks' attention.
That now makes it two great outings to begin the year for Lamb after he racked up 77 yards on just four receptions in Week 1. The connection between the wideout and his quarterback is in full effect early, which is bad news for the rest of the league.