After a disappointing loss to the Denver Broncos, Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys bounced back with a win. Playing on the road against the Arizona Cardinals for ESPN's "Monday Night Football," the Cowboys got three touchdowns from their sophomore stars. Prescott threw for two while Elliott rushed for another. Here's the latest Cowboys vs. Cardinals recap including the top performers, game stats, latest standings update, and what's next on the schedule.

NFL game recap

In tonight's game, the Arizona Cardinals moved out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter after a 25-yard touchdown pass from Carson Palmer to Jaron Brown.

The Dallas Cowboys answered with a 10-yard touchdown run/flip into the endzone from Dak Prescott in the second quarter to tie things 7-7 going into halftime.

In the second half, the Cowboys outscored Arizona 21-10. Prescott found Dez Bryant for a 15-yard pass in the third quarter, and Arizona answered with a Palmer pass to Larry Fitzgerald. Dallas added another touchdown in the fourth when Prescott found Brice Butler on a 37-yard play. The Cowboys would boost their lead to 28-17 with under five minutes to go after an eight-yard touchdown run by Ezekiel Elliott.

Prescott finished the game with a 13-for-18 performance for 183 yards and two touchdowns as well as his one touchdown run.

Elliott tallied 80 yards on 22 carries for a touchdown as well. Brice Butler led all receivers with 90 yards on two receptions including a 53-yard reception. Dez Bryant had only 12 yards on two catches in the game.

The Cardinals received 325 yards and two touchdowns on 29-for-48 passing from Carson Palmer.

Larry Fitzgerald racked up 149 yards and a touchdown on 13 catches while the Arizona rushing attack was held to under 50 yards.

Arizona had a total of 332 yards of offense compared to 273 for the Cowboys, and a total time of possession that clocked in at 36 minutes. Dallas had the ball for just over 23 minutes but made the most of their opportunities to take the win tonight.

Standings, what's next?

Tonight's win brings the Dallas Cowboys to 2-1 for their season with a 1-1 road record. The team is now tied with the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins for the NFC East lead. Next up for the Cowboys is a home game on Sunday when they host the Los Angeles Rams at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.

The Arizona Cardinals fell to 1-2 for their season with a 0-1 home record. Arizona is tied with the Seattle Seahawks for second place in the NFC West with the Los Angeles Rams leading the division. The Cardinals will try to bounce back in Week 4 when they host the San Francisco 49ers. Game time is set for 4:05 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday.