The Dallas Cowboys were once regarded as a legitimate Super Bowl contender, but that has been a very long time ago.
In actuality, they currently have a talented squad and ought to be moving up toward the top of the NFC.
With Dak Prescott at the helm, nobody seems to be taking them seriously, and news out of training camp hasn’t exactly been upbeat.
Prescott doesn’t appear to be in mid-season form, as seen by baffling decisions and a confrontation with standout CB Trevon Diggs.
Or is he not?
Prescott, who led the league in interceptions last season, reportedly said that he is not going to force as many throws.
Dan Orlovsky, a former NFL quarterback, expressed his concerns about everything he has observed and heard about Prescott throughout training camp on The Pat McAfee Show.
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Orlovsky thinks Prescott’s season may either make or break him, and from the way he has spoken and appeared publicly, it appears like he is going to play it safe and avoid taking chances, which will only make matters worse for him.
To avoid a significant cap cost, the Cowboys are anticipated to renegotiate his contract after this season.
Prescott seems to be their only option for the time being, and Jerry Jones hasn’t said anything to suggest that the team could switch quarterbacks anytime soon.
except the brutal truth is that there is little possibility they go all the way with Prescott at quarterback, barring a significant change of circumstances no one except their fans had predicted.