DALLAS, Texas – The Cowboys have been putting smiles on several faces over the last month, thanks to a four-game winning streak that has turned their season around.
But nothing could compare to the smiles they put on the faces of hundreds of children and their families on Monday for the annual hospital visits the team did around Dallas and Fort Worth.
Each year at the beginning of December, the players, along with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders divide up into four groups to visit kids at various hospitals.
Dak Prescott, who was at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, said moments like this can put things in a perspective.
“It’s much bigger than the wins and losses,” Prescott said. “If anything, this always kind of humbles you and keeps you grounded, no matter what the record is — no matter how many wins you’ve won in a row or losses or whatever it may be. Just to see the real-life aspect of it, of people going through that adversity — not losses, but fighting for their lives. It’s great obviously…