Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys quarterback
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The Dallas Cowboys opened up a 7-0 lead early in Thursday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

That’s when everything went awry. It included former Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley exacting revenge with a 25-yard touchdown to tie the game up at seven.

On the Cowboys’ very next possession, quarterback Dak Prescott might have put up the worst play of his career. Check out the struggling signal caller throw the ball right into the hands of 311-pound Bills defensive tackle Star Lotulelei.

A seven-year veteran, this represented the first interception of Lotulelei’s career. Heck, he did not record a pick during a stellar three-year career at Utah.

Dak should have to wear the cone of shame for Thanksgiving dinner after this interception.

Vincent Frank
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