Dallas Cowboys defense came up big in the final two minutes to seal a 20-17 win against the Los Angeles Chargers 

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With quarterback Justin Herbert playing through a fractured middle finger on his non-throwing hand 

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the Chargers dropped to 2-3 on the season as the Cowboys moved to 4-2 

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Starting with three key third-down conversions on a game-winning drive that ended with a Brandon Aubrey field goal 

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a sack -- the first of the game for the Cowboys -- by Micah Parsons and a sealing interception by Stephon Gilmore 

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The Cowboys are now 10-1 after a loss over the last two seasons.

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Let's forget the passing numbers for Prescott. Let's talk about his rushing 

He had the longest touchdown run of his career (18 yards) in the first quarter and the longest by a Cowboys QB since 2010 

Prescott has not used his feet as much in recent years 

He had 18 rushing touchdowns in his first three years and now nine in the last five 

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He had 45 yards rushing in the first five games and 33 in the first half versus the Chargers 

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He's not a running quarterback, but he can be effective with his feet and may need to do more of it 

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