Dak Prescott is heating up at just the perfect time for the Cowboys.

Dallas’ starting quarterback didn’t even have to play on Sunday, as his team had already clinched a playoff berth entering the day but Prescott refused to sit out the team’s regular-season finale against the Giants. It’s a good thing Prescott decided to play, as the Mississippi State alum threw four touchdowns in the game to outduel Ole Miss alum Eli Manning in the stat line and in the win column.

Prescott finished the game completing 27 of 44 passes for 387 yards and the four scores. He did not have a turnover in the game.

While racking up impressive stats is always positive, how a quarterback performs in the clutch matter more than anything at the game’s highest level. Prescott checked that mark on Sunday, too, with this fourth and 15 conversion with just over one minute remaining in the game.

The play was initially ruled an incompletion but was overturned upon review.

Instead of kicking the extra point and playing for overtime, Dallas went for two and the win. To no surprise, the Cowboys put the game in Prescott’s hands. He delivered once again by throwing the game-winning two-point conversion to defeat the Giants.