The Cowboys got a much-needed road win at Detroit on Sunday afternoon, as they beat the Lions, 35-27, to stay in the lead in the NFC East. As they've done for most of the season, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper led the way.
Prescott and Cooper, who are playing in the final years of their respective contracts, have been dominating this season.
The Cowboys' quarterback set a franchise record today, becoming the first player in Dallas history to throw for more than 3,000 yards through 10 games.
Cooper, meanwhile, is on pace for another 1,000-plus yard, 10-plus touchdown season.
Both players should get paid in a big way in the offseason. Cowboys linebacker Justin March knows this:
Do we think Jerry Jones saw this?
The Cowboys do have some bigger things to accomplish this season before everyone is going to get paid.
Dallas (6-4) will take on New England next Sunday. Jason Garrett's team will need Prescott and Cooper to show up in a big way for that one.