Dak Prescott breaks Tony Romo's single-season TD pass record in Cowboys' win over Eagles

Dak Prescott's comeback season officially has a place in the Cowboys' record books. With his fifth touchdown pass in Saturday night's win over the Philadelphia Eagles, Prescott moved past Tony Romo for the most passing touchdowns in a single season in Cowboys history with 37.

What Prescott said on his record

"It's special but I mean a record like that, that's this team, that's this offense,"

Prescott Added

"All the different guys that caught passes, the guys that protected, everybody played a part in it and I'm just the beneficiary of it. But, to know where I was a year ago, to be where we are now headed to the playoffs, [I'm] very excited."

The Pass that created the History

Prescott did so by completing an eight-yard pass to former Eagles hero Corey Clement to make it a 37-20 game and officially end Prescott's night. The quarterback finished with a passing line of 21-of-27 for 295 yards, five touchdowns and a 151.8 passer rating.

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Struggle before the record-setting season

Prescott's record-setting season hasn't been without some struggles, but when viewed in total, it's a remarkable campaign for a quarterback who lost the majority of his 2020 campaign to a gruesome ankle injury. Shoulder fatigue only complicated matters during the preseason, as did a calf injury, which cost Prescott one regular-season game.

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