Truth be told, Dallas Cowboys fans are just naturally predisposed to be overly critical of their quarterbacks. The franchise has been spoiled with some truly generational talent at the position with the likes of Don Meredith, Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Danny White, and recently Tony Romo. Being the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys has a certain level of scrutiny that appears beyond the norm.
So when Dak Prescott started the 2018 season off with some truly poor play the reaction to it, as might be expected, was strong. The fact was that the third-year signal-caller was putting up bad numbers. Through the first three games, he never threw for more than 170 yards and had as many touchdowns, two, as he had interceptions. Over the next three games he at least averaged 215 passing yards per game and had a 5:2 touchdown to interception ratio.


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