FRISCO, Texas — Dak Prescott’s initial thought in the post-touchdown jubilation was to resist.

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback had just rolled out of a sack early in the fourth quarter, zig-zagging into what would become a somersault of a 6-yard rushing touchdown. In their 2018 Thanksgiving game against Washington, the Cowboys now had the lead. Prescott celebrated with his trademark kiss to the sky, a nod to his late mother and celebratory embraces with his offensive linemen.

Then running back Ezekiel Elliott raced to the end zone, lifting Prescott into his arms before promptly dumping — donating? — him into the Salvation Army red kettle.

“At the point he lifted me up, I’m like, ‘I better not resist or I might hurt something,’ ” Prescott said. “Zeke’s a person

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