Dak Prescott has tons of potential – Bucky Brooks, NFL.comBrooks comes out swinging in Dak Prescott’s defense and has an NFC personnel man explain why the Cowboys seem to have rebuilt their 1990s team.

Now, I’m not ready to anoint Prescott a future Hall of Famer, but I do believe he could regain his Pro Bowl form in an offense that should be better when the team adds a true No. 1 receiver and another playmaker in the passing game. While he must continue to make strides as a passer, as evidenced by his nine interceptions over his past seven games (it’s not a coincidence that Elliott missed five of those games), he is still a promising quarterback with the potential to help the Cowboys make a run at the title.
Thus, it is sensible for the Cowboys to explore building an offense that better suits Prescott’s skills.


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