Only two games into his professional career, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has already set an NFL record.

On Sunday, the former Mississippi State signal-caller led the Cowboys to a 27-23 victory over the rival Redskins in Washington. ┬áMore impressively, he broke Warren Moon’s record for the most passes (75) without an interception in the first two games of one’s career.

With Tony Romo out injured, Prescott has galvanized this Dallas team with his poise, energy, professionalism, and grit. He’s been able to make throws to all parts of the field — whilst also having the ability to scramble for yardage if need be.

Suffice it to say, but Dallas likely lucked into drafting its quarterback of the future in the fourth round.