Cowboys prove they are team to beat in NFC, which means Giants are in trouble The Cowboys can't be stopped, and that's bad news for the Giants.
Thanks to more standout play from rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas extended its improbable winning streak to 10 games with a 31-26 home Thanksgiving victory over division-rival Washington.
At 10-1, the Cowboys now seem destined for their second NFC East title in the past three years.
It's a dramatic shift for Jerry Jones' club.
At this time last year, the Cowboys were floundering along with the rest of the division They lost to the Panthers in a Turkey Day debacle, during which Tony Romo broke his clavicle for the second time in three months.
He went on to miss the remainder of the season Now, despite Romo injuring his back in the preseason and missing half the year, the Cowboys have established themselves as the best team in the NFC slightly ahead of the Seahawks.
In the AFC, only the Patriots and Raiders can challenge Dallas for the title of best team in the league Prescott, Romo's replacement, and Elliot have been the catalysts behind the resurgence.