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LANDOVER, Md. -- Discussing Dak Prescott after the rookie quarterbacks first NFL victory, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones managed to throw in references to folks such as Troy Aikman, Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger -- QBs with nine Super Bowl victories combined.Not bad company for a guy who was a fourth-round draft pick and is only playing because Tony Romo is out with an injured back.Prescott ran for a 6-yard TD , went 22 for 30 for 292 yards, and showed a veterans poise in the pocket, helping the Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins 27-23 on Sunday as he stayed turnover-free as a pro so far.He exudes confidence, Jones said about Prescott. Hes got a great supporting cast, but hes using it.Dallas (1-1) won for only the second time in its past 16 games without Romo -- and both of those victories came at Washington (0-2).Alfred Morris scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 4-yard run with under five minutes left against his former club, taking advantage after Washingtons Kirk Cousins threw an end-zone interception.Morris was drafted by Washington in 2012 and played his first four seasons there. But his role was reduced last year and he was allowed to leave as a free agent. His first TD in a Cowboys uniform capped an 80-yard drive that started when Barry Church picked off a pass from Cousins intended for Pierre Garcon.This is a quarterback-driven league, Cousins said. I need to play at a high level, week in and week out.Through two games, he has three interceptions and only one TD pass , an 11-yarder to Jamison Crowder in the third quarter that gave Washington its first lead, 17-13.But Cousins and the defending NFC East champion Redskins will rue the second-half chances they wasted. They got the ball inside Dallas 40 on consecutive possessions -- once because of a failed onside kick, once because cornerback Josh Norman caused one of the two fumbles by Dallas rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott -- but settled for a field goal each time.Still, Washington led 23-20 and appeared on its way to adding to the margin after Cousins began a drive by completing a 57-yard pass to rookie Josh Doctson. But on third-and-goal at the 6 with 10 1/2 minutes left, Cousins put the ball right in Churchs gut.Garcon stomped his foot coming off the field. Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses threw his helmet on the sideline.HE SAID ITEverybody thinks were in the morgue or something. Were not dead, by no means. -- Norman on Washingtons 0-2 start.NORMANS ASSIGNMENTOne big question entering the game was whether Norman would be assigned to cover Cowboys WR Dez Bryant no matter where the receiver lined up -- or stick to one side of the field, as the $75 million defensive back primarily did in Week 1, when he stayed on the left side regardless of where Steelers WR Antonio Brown was. The answer: Norman mainly remained on the left side of Washingtons defense, often leaving CB Bashaud Breeland on Bryant, early on, but eventually started to travel to where Bryant was.DEZ INVOLVEDAfter getting only one catch for 8 yards in Week 1, Bryant had seven catches for 102 yards Sunday.MORE STATSElliott finished with 83 yards on 21 carries, including a 1-yard TD run. ... Morris ran five times for a total of 7 yards. ... Redskins RB Matt Jones gained 61 yards on 13 carries with a 14-yard scoring run. ... Cousins went 28 for 46 for 364 yards.BAD MISSOn third-and-7 from Dallas 37 on Washingtons opening possession, Cousins had Crowder wide open and behind the defense for what should have been an easy-as-can-be TD. But Cousins overthrew the second-year receiver, and that bad miss ended the drive, because coach Jay Gruden chose to punt.INJURIESRedskins: NT Kedric Golston injured his right hamstring on the first play from scrimmage, eventually was driven toward the locker room on a cart and did not return. Ziggy Hood took over at nose tackle.---Online:AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: www.twitter.com/AP-NFL---Follow Howard Fendrich on Twitter at http://twitter.com/HowardFendrich Jordan Poyer Jersey . Cote was eligible to become a free agent Feb. 15. 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Logan Thomas Jersey . -- On the field, it was business as usual for Jameis Winston and No. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Justin Tucker kicked a 54-yard field goal with 1:02 remaining, lifting the Baltimore Ravens to a 19-17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.Tucker raised both arms in celebration as his fourth field goal of the day split the uprights with plenty of distance. The Ravens improved to 3-0 for the third time in franchise history and first since 2009.The Jaguars fell to 0-3 for the third time in the last four years and surely will hear more talk about coach Gus Bradleys job security. Bradley is now 12-39 in four seasons, the second-worst winning percentage of any NFL coach with at least 50 games.Tucker also made kicks of 43, 42 and 37 yards.The Jaguars had plenty of chances to win this one in a wild fourth quarter. They forced three consecutive turnovers in the final frame, but only got a field goal out of it. Blake Bortles threw two interceptions that ended drives in Baltimore territory, and Jason Myers had a 52-yard field goal blocked.FRANCHISE RECORD: Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco broke his own franchise record for consecutive completions by connecting on 21 straight. Flacco misfired on four of his first five throws Sunday, but then reeled off 21 in a row. The streak ended on Mike Wallaces drop in the end zone early in the third quarter. The Ravens settled for a field goal and a 16-7 lead. Flaccos previous record was 14 straight set in 2009.PENALTY BOOST: Tuckers 42-yard field goal at the end of the first half was huge, and it was helped by two Jacksonville penalties. The Jaguars looked like they had forced a three-and-out, but Malik Jackson was flagged for roughing the passer when he touched Flaccos facemask. Tucker wass short on a 57-yarder a few plays later, but Dante Fowler Jr.dddddddddddd was called for unsportsmanlike conduct for leveraging during the kick. The 15-yard penalty gave Tucker another shot from 42 yards, and he drilled it.WOE LINE: Injuries forced the Jaguars to shuffle their offensive line for the first time this season. Left tackle Kelvin Beachum (concussion) and center Brandon Linder (knee) were inactive, leaving center Tyler Shatley and guard Chris Reed to make their first career starts. The injuries also forced guard Luke Joeckel to slide back to left tackle. Bortles was sacked four times.SLOW START: Bortles now has thrown first-quarter interceptions in every game this season, leading to 17 points for opponents. Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley had the latest, making a leaping, one-handed catch in front of Robinson down the field. The Ravens turned it into a field goal and a 10-0 lead.IVORY RETURNS: Running back Chris Ivory made his Jaguars debut but was mostly ineffective. Ivory missed the first two games because of a general medical issue that required an overnight hospital stay. 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