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What they’re saying: “This team is going to be special.”

There is a ton of excitement in Dallas.

NFL: New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

It’s hard to summarize just how impressive the Dallas Cowboys’ week one victory over the New York Giants was. Aside from going down by a touchdown early in the game, the home team dominated and enforced its will on its divisional rival until the final whistle.

It was a performance that has everybody buzzing. The offense fired on all cylinders, the defense was fast and flew all over the field, and the confidence from everybody wearing the star was evident all game long.

Naturally, a lot of the talk coming out of Dallas is regarding Dak Prescott. Prescott, who is still awaiting a contract extension, balled out in every way imaginable on Sunday afternoon. If there was any doubt about paying Prescott, he did his best to shut that up. Prescott was accurate, confident, and efficient as he diced up the Giants defense for 60 minutes in AT&T Stadium.

Prescott spoke to the media following his 405-yard, four-touchdown outing and explained that he felt like the offense was “a well-oiled machine” on Sunday.

Jerry Jones was certainly one of many that came away impressed with Dak’s performance versus the Giants. The Cowboys owner went as far to say that a new contract is imminent for number four.

Dak’s partner in crime, Ezekiel Elliott, explained that the offense has “way too many weapons on the outside” for defenses to contain. That was certainly evident during the offense’s explosion.

Jerry alluded to that when asked about whether or not the Cowboys inquired about Antonio Brown.

Amari Cooper has been a huge bright spot since suiting up for the Dallas Cowboys, but Sunday showed that Dallas has more than just 19. Michael Gallup flashed in a major way and Randall Cobb added a nice outing as well.

Dak was a superstar on Sunday, but Kellen Moore was a big star as well. The young offensive mind dialed up the right play seemingly every single time throughout the game as the Cowboys were able to get its weapons in space consistently.

It had to feel good for Moore that Jerry Jones acknowledged the offense. “He got my name right”, Moore said.

Is there any way to stop the Cowboys when the offense is rolling like it was on Sunday? Zeke isn’t sure.

Pro Bowl receiver Amari Cooper called the unit “lethal” and even stated that “defenses should watch out”. If Sunday was any indication of what is to come from this group, I would have to agree with that.

Dak Prescott is excited about the weapons in his arsenal. “It’s fun to be the quarterback of this group”, he said. That certainly appeared to be the case in week one, for sure.

The overall sentiment seems to be that the entire team is excited about what the season holds. From the play-calling to the quarterback to the weapons all over the offense, the excitement is strong. Zeke believes that “this team is going to be special”. We shall see.

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