The Dallas Cowboys are having a great regular season right now as they defeated the Houston Texans this Sunday for their 10th win of the season. The Texans, on the other hand, have the worst record in the league this season; despite that, they gave a good fight to Team America. Meanwhile, after winning a great battle against the Texans, Dak Prescott and several other Cowboys players engaged in off-court activities where they showed amazing gestures at the children’s hospital.
It is worth noting that Cowboys players have a history of helping others as their owner, Jerry Jones, always encouraged this. Prior to Thanksgiving, Prescott and his teammates delivered food to the homeless in Dallas; now they are showing another great gesture towards children in Dallas.
Dak Prescott and his teammates deliver some holiday cheers to the children in Dallas
After work on the field, the Cowboys players visited the Dallas Children’s Medical Center to cheer up some of the kids and sign some autographs. Read also : Thursday update: Taylor “big test…”. In addition, Prescott carried a Santa bag full of presents and distributed them to hospital children.
Also, some of Prescott’s teammates played video games with some of the kids. Then they also tried to decorate a small Christmas tree. In addition to the players, Cowboys cheerleaders joined them to cheer some of the children at the hospital.
Later, the hospital posted some beautiful words on Instagram to the Cowboys players and cheerleaders for their amazing gesture. “Thank you to our friends [Dallas Cowboys] and [Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders] for bringing some holiday cheer this morning! Our patients and their families are still smiling after such a special visit. We look forward to their visit every year!”
It is worth noting that Prescott et al. he showed a big heart to some homeless people in Dallas after a heavy loss to the Packers earlier this season. Although Cowboys QB made some mistakes in this game, he showed up and served food to all the homeless people. This season, the Cowboys have only lost 3 games and won 10. Despite this, they are second in the NFC East division behind the Eagles.
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