Dak Prescott threw for 139 yards and one touchdown and the Cowboys stopped the Vikings on a potential game-tying two-point conversion attempt with 25 seconds left, as Dallas beat Minnesota, 17-15 on Thursday night.
Last year, Dallas lost Romo and won one game with a ragtag group of backup quarterbacks ending with a 4-12 record. This year, their 4th round rookie QB is surprising the NFL and, quite frankly, the Cowboys, too.
It took three days, 253 picks, a selfie with the commissioner and a social media hacking, but the 2016 NFL Draft finally ended late Saturday night in Chicago. Which franchises and players fared best (and worst)? Find out: