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Dak Prescott a Top 10 Quarterback according to Pro Football Network

The debate will rage on for as long as he’s the quarterback of the . It’s inevitable. Even after he retires, people will continually debate where Dak Prescott ranked as a quarterback during his tenure with America’s Team.

While it’s almost impossible to get two people to agree on where Prescott ranks exactly, the truth is he’s somewhere in the top 10 quarterbacks in the NFL. And that’s right where Pro Football Network’s Shane Tyler has Prescott entering his sixth year in the NFL.

Talk about remaining healthy. Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott put up game numbers before succumbing to a right ankle in Week 5 of last season. His 371.2 yards per game would’ve not only been the highest among all NFL quarterbacks but more than 55 yards beyond that of the next closest passer.

Sure, I didn’t expect that output to be sustained given the Cowboys’ tendency to play from behind and even into extra quarters. Yet, there’s no denying Prescott was playing like a top-10 QB in this league before season-ending . – Tyler

Though he’s improved as a quarterback every year he’s been in the NFL, and he now has the challenge of coming back after missing 11 games in 2020.

Prescott appears to be healthy and ready to roll at the start of Dallas Cowboys . How physically capable he is in his comeback will be an important storyline as the Dallas Cowboys hope to get back to the for the first time since 2018.

The Dallas Cowboys’ should be really good in 2021. It was on its way to putting up incredible numbers last season despite the loss of La’el Collins in the and after a couple of games. If the Cowboys can get improved performance out of their , it should help Dak Prescott and the offense lead the Cowboys to a lot of wins and a playoff berth in 2021.

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  1. Enough with the IFs with DP. So now we get the same, if DP didn’t get injured, story from “Pro Football Network’s” Shane Tyler?

    Compiling gaudy stats against PREVENT DEFENSES AFTER being down by huge margins late in games, with the games basically decided, are MEANINGLESS, IMO.

    Wins and losses are the only bottom lines that count. AGAIN!!! DP was credited with 2 wins, but could have easily LED his team to an 0-5 record before the injury.

    Falcons wrapped that win/game up with a big bow and HANDED IT TO US. Anyone that says differently is kidding themselves. Then DP WAS BEING STYMIED BY THE GIANTS when AD BAILED HIM OUT. AD won that game for us. NOT DP. Those are the two wins???

    Again keep the EMPTY CALORIE stats, give me WINS.

    Being a long time Cowboy fan and wanting to see my team succeed in every game, does not proclude me from commenting on any player, especially one that has led our team to one whole playoff win in five years, yet is pumped up here as if he is worth his stupid contract. IMO, he isn’t.

    Not a “hater” as some label here at any critique of any Cowboy player. It about getting results, and so far DP has simply not delivered. And where is this “improvement” every year?. DP first year, 13-3 thank you EE. Last two years 8-8, and a shaky 2-3. In 2019, when the division was a stake in Philly game, DP shrank, no TDs, 9 points, all FGs. He beat slugs NYG, WAS, MIA, DET, etc, and lost to good teams, NE, NO, MIN, BUF, GB, etc.

    Time start earning your money. GO DEEP INTO POSTSEASON THIS YEAR or this hype is just hype.

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