The Washington Commanders were blown out by the Dallas Cowboys 45-10 on Thanksgiving Day at AT&T Stadium. DaRon Bland set an NFL record with his fifth interception return for a touchdown this season, while QB Dak Prescott threw four TD passes to clinch the victory on Thursday. Prescott threw for 331 yards in his fifth consecutive game with at least two TD passes, one shy of his career best.
Dallas lead going into the fourth quarter was less than two touchdowns for the first time in five home games this season, but the Cowboys ended up tying a 55-year-old franchise record with a seventh victory by at least 20 points this season.
With the win, the Cowboys (8-3) extended their longest home winning streak in 42 years to 13 games.
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