Where does Dak Prescott Land on Pro Football Network’s Top 100?

Dak Prescott Ends Challenging Year With Mega Deal

Despite playing just five games in 2020, the Dallas Cowboys franchise is still getting the respect that one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL should receive. Like , Dak Prescott finds himself on Pro Football Network's top 100 players in the NFL heading into 2021.

Prescott comes in at number 54 on the list. In a season where he would have played 16 games, he probably comes in a bit higher. Of course, game circumstances dictated the 6,400-yard pace that Prescott was on through five games. However, he was throwing at an incredible clip. He may not have continued to average 400 yards per game, but 300 yards per game passing is likely a pretty reasonable expectation.

54. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

Dak Prescott drops a few spots year to year, but that’s presumably due to the season-ending he suffered in Week 5 against the . Prescott signed a huge deal in the  after lighting defenses on fire before his untimely injury. He appears to be on schedule to start in 2021, and with , , and , it’s difficult to see a situation where he doesn’t compete for a passing title this year.

Prescott’s in his footwork led to drastic improvements in his accuracy in 2019. That carried into 2020, along with his propensity to test defenses instead of playing passively. He could very well play his way into contention for the final page of the going into 2022.

Dalton Miller, Pro Football Network

At number 54, Dak Prescott came in ranked ahead of Ryan Tannehill, , , Baker Mayfield, , and on Pro Football Network's top 100 players in the NFL.

I'm sure there will be some that disagree with his standing on this list. However, there's not a quarterback listed behind him that I would take over Dak. Healthy and ready to lead the Dallas Cowboys into contention in 2021, Dak Prescott is destined to see a huge rise in next year's top 100.

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Dave Fooshee

I don’t get it? Forbes had him listed number one?


Enough with the platitudes, accolades and lofty predictions. Time for DP to lead this team DEEP into the postseason THIS YEAR. If not, he is a hyped up, overated QB, IMO. Keep the GAUDY EMPTY STATS, give me WINS.