The Dallas Cowboys were impressive in Week 6, and they have some sightseeing to do before their upcoming matchup with the Washington Redskins. The Cowboys thrashed the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, defeating them 40-7. It was their best scoring performance of the yet by a considerable margin. It was also easily their best defensive game. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is no stranger to taking fun field trips with his team. He elected to keep his team in Washington, D.C. and extra day so they could visit their world famous National Museum of African American History and Culture. It will be a rewarding experience for his the team to get as they prepare for Week 7.

“We just thought it was a great opportunity because of proximity,” Jones told the Star-Telegram. “It means so much to the players but also the National Football League and our game. Here we are in the nation’s capital and wanted to take the time to do that. We are making a big effort to go over there.”

Plenty of Jones' players are excited for the opportunity. Among them is quarterback Dak Prescott.

“It’s huge, I’m excited for it,” Prescott said. “I think it’s going to be a great trip. We are going to learn a lot and see some things. I think it’s going to be great for our team, great camaraderie.”

Prescott threw two touchdowns and ran for one against the Jaguars this past Sunday. The Cowboys hope this blast from the past will hype him up for their historic rivalry with the Redskins.