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How can Cowboys get passing game going? Here's what Dak Prescott says

FRISCO -- The Cowboys travel to face the New York Giants this weekend still looking to get their passing game on track.

Dallas currently has the 29th ranked passing offense in the NFL, second-worst in the NFC to only Chicago. Through the air, the Cowboys are averaging 190 yards per game, down 37 yards per outing from last season.

So how do they get it going again?

"Don't think, just go out there and rip it," quarterback Dak Prescott said. "It's not a question to me. It's just about getting the plays coach is giving me, executing them and going out and trusting my guys down the field."

Prescott is hoping December treats him much better than November.

Last month, the Cowboys quarterback threw four touchdown passes and five interceptions while passing for 170.2 yards per game and posting a 74.1 passer rating. It was the worst statistical month of his young career.

Ironically, November 2016 was his best month. Prescott posted a 125.4 passer rating as he completed 73 percent of his passes for 265 yards per game with nine touchdowns and no interceptions.

The Cowboys went 4-0 last year in November. They went 2-3 this year.

Read the full article at Dallas Morning News