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QB Dak Prescott’s “Confidence to the Roof” With Rookie WR CeeDee Lamb

Dak Prescott has high praise and expectations for CeeDee Lamb.

The talk surrounding CeeDee Lamb has been nothing but complementary this offseason, however, a recent statement by Quarterback Dak Prescott might be the highest praise the Dallas Cowboys 2020 first-round draft pick has received to date.

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Full quote from Cowboys QB Dak Prescott on rookie WR CeeDee Lamb. “My confidence is to the roof with him. … I think he’s had as good of a camp as anyone has, any position on this team. It’s exciting.” pic.twitter.com/uN1knEJC1J

“My confidence is to the roof with him.” To already have such confidence in someone who has just joined the team, with very little practice time due to the shortened offseason, speaks volumes to the bond Dak Prescott already has with CeeDee Lamb.

I don’t think I can properly put into words how high of praise Prescott is giving Lamb. Any new addition, rookie or veteran, typically takes a little time to work with in order to develop a bond However, it sounds as if that’s not really the case between these two. And for a rookie to accomplish this feat in arguably the most bizarre offseasons is absolutely mind-boggling.

I don’t know about you, but I really think it’s a testament to CeeDee Lamb’s work ethic and talent. He really had to put his nose to the grind stone in order to learn a new offensive system, which is even more impressive considering the majority of it took place remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s definitely got the makings of being something truly special.

But Dak Prescott’s praise of CeeDee Lamb didn’t stop with his “confidence to the roof” statement. He went on to say “he’s had as good of a camp as anyone.” That is simply amazing considering all of the other talent the Dallas Cowboys have on the roster. Again, a rookie in a shortened offseason accomplished this!

Generally speaking, incoming rookies usually take a while to acclimate themselves to the way things are done in the NFL. That doesn’t seem to be the case for CeeDee Lamb. If everything Dak Prescott said is true, the Cowboys rookie WR is well on his way to reaching superstar status early in his professional career.

What do you think of Dak Prescott’s early confidence in CeeDee Lamb?

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Brian Martin

Written by Brian Martin

Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.

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  1. There’s no doubt that Dak knows talent simply because he has been around great athletes through the years! I hope that CD turns out to be the player that people thinks he will be! I try not to get to excited until he goes up against pro bowl caliber CB’s and start winning those match ups! I remember years ago when a guy by the name of Tony Manrich (don’t know if I spelled the last name right) was suppose to be the best offensive line man to ever play the game and whoever got him was going to just run the ball over every team they played! Long story short he was a big bust! I really think CD will turnout to be every bit as good as advertised but only time will tell!

    • That was the year that everybody debated whether Dallas should draft Aikman or Mandrich No.1 overall. It was a very heated debate. Jones got it right on his first draft … whew!

      Mandrich failed in large part because he was “juiced” and when he entered the NFL he had to stop.

  2. I break out in cold sweats thinking about what would have happened had we drafted the steroid created Mandrich. Would have Completely changed the course of our franchise needless to say.

  3. Had Green Bay not won their final game, they would have earned the No.1 pick … wonder if they would have still taken Mandrich over Aikman?

  4. Ok did the legwork. In 1989 the Packers started a 10th rd QB Don (the magic man) Majkowski who went on go to the pro bowl and have one of the best seasons in packers history that yr and incidentally the packers had no idea he would blow up like that.(so I’m surprised they didn’t draft Aikman). Majkowski was basically a one hit wonder though and ceded the job to Favre a couple yrs later. And the packers drafted maybe the biggest #1 bust picks of all time. (Mandrich)

    • Mandrich wasn’t a No.1 pick, Aikman was … Mandrich went No.2, right behind Aikman. Green Bay didn’t have get to choose between the two because they won their last game, giving DAL the No.1 pick.

      • To make matters even worse for GB fans, Barry Sanders went next, then Derrick Thomas, then Deion Sanders. Four Hall of Famers sandwiched around Mandrich.

  5. Dak built that kind of bond with Amari Cooper too and Cooper only had a a week and a half to learn a new offense!! He did have NFL experience already, but he still had to learn a new offense and Dak bonded with him instantly!! So maybe Ceedee will turn out to be as good as Cooper!!

  6. Nice info! Wow the packers passed on B Sanders/ DThomas/D Sanders on successive picks AND drafted one biggest busts in history! UNBELIEVEABLE bet the fan base never let them hear the end of that one.

  7. Absolutely something Dak doesn’t get enuf credit for. His teammates and WRs love him. You’ll never see him throw a teammate under the bus or publically call out a WR for a mistake.(like some diva QBs) He is always the first one to take ownership. How quickly he acclimated himself with Cooper that first yr saved our season, so to hear that he already has a strong bond with Lamb is no surprise at all.

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