Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott scored three touchdowns and the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Denver Broncos 38 to 3 on Sunday.
Prescott completed 21 of 34 passes for 241 yards and a touchdown.
Dak Prescott threw for 238 yards and three touchdowns, and the Cowboys (3-0) were aided by a two-point conversion by the Denver defense.
The Broncos (1-1) dropped their fourth straight game.
Dak, who entered the game in the top spot on the depth chart, completed 20 of 31 passes for 288 yards and four touchdowns.
Denver had scored the first nine points in the third quarter and the Broncos were down 34-3 at halftime.
The Cowboys had their first scoring drive of the fourth quarter when Prescott hit receiver Dez Bryant for a 21-yard touchdown pass.
Dak had two touchdowns on his first two passes of the night.
Bryant caught a 22-yard pass from Dak with 10:36 remaining in the first quarter.
Dak completed his second pass to Dez with 3:03 remaining in regulation to tie the game.
Prescott made it 29-3 with his third touchdown pass of the game, an 8-yarder to Deandre Hopkins.
Bryant hit Prescott for a 29-yard TD run with 7:34 left in the second quarter.
Prescott also scored a touchdown to Jordan Howard, a third-quarter score that helped the Cowboys to a 38-14 victory.
Bryant and Dez are the first two players to record consecutive 300-yard passing games in the NFL.
Prescott, who has thrown for 2,927 yards and 41 touchdowns, had one of the best games of his career.
He completed 27 of 37 passes for 299 yards and five touchdowns.
Prescott is tied with Brett Favre for the NFL lead with 17 touchdown passes.
Prescott has completed 69.6 percent of his passes for 1,093 yards with 24 touchdowns and four interceptions.
Prescott had three 100-yard games and four 100-plus-yard performances in 2016.
Prescott was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Week after completing 20 of 33 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns against the New Orleans Saints.
Prescott finished third in the league with 519 passing yards.
He has completed a career-high 54.5 percent of passes for 2