Dolly Parton puts on dazzling halftime performance during Cowboys-Commanders game

The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Washington Commanders 45-10 on Thursday, giving them a commanding Thanksgiving victory.

With six minutes remaining in the game, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott completed 22 of 32 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns. 

He and offensive lineman Zack Martin were later spotted on the sidelines consuming turkey legs.

Not only did Cowboys defensive back DaRon Bland make NFL history in the game, 

but he also set an NFL single-season record with four and a half weeks remaining in the game when he intercepted Commanders quarterback Sam Howell on the far sideline with 4:49 remaining. 

Bland returned the ball for a touchdown, making it his fifth "pick-six" of the year.

"He still has a lot of games left, so who knows where he'll break this record?" Prescott stated, as reported by ESPN.

"I'm not surprised that he's receiving the ball in the manner that he is, but it's amazing to watch him chase down touchdowns and show a strong desire to cross the goal line. Feeling pleased with him.

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