At least 167 real human people actually still collect football cards, according to this ESPN report, which also mentions that some number of those people received autographed Dak Prescott football cards that “may not be authentic.”
At a charity event on Monday, six Dallas Cowboys starters paired up to test their teamwork, strategy, and quick thinking in a three-legged race. Quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott (in blue) opted to use one leg apiece. It did not work out too well:
The Packers beat the Cowboys tonight and are headed to the NFC Championship, but truly, it is all of us who are winners tonight.
The Dallas Cowboys’ enviable quarterback question, which rookie Dak Prescott effectively answered with his play, has been flipped on its head: Why not use backup Tony Romo as you would, you know, the backup, and protect Prescott for the games that really matter?
After Sunday’s loss to the Giants, both owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett were adamant that Dak Prescott is the starter and Tony Romo is the backup. On Monday, Garrett reaffirmed his support of the rookie, declaring that Prescott is his quarterback. On Tuesday? Well, Jerry Jones just can’t help himself.
Let’s just make this clear right off the bat, before the blog machine starts rolling and before, god bless you, you listen to sports talk radio: I’m not saying there should be a quarterback controversy in Dallas. Only that it’s already here, and we are all powerless to stop it. Strap the fuck in.
The Dallas Cowboys have thrived with Dak Prescott at quarterback, and although Tony Romo has recovered from his back injury and had an advantage in terms of experience, Prescott is too good to sit. Romo spoke with media today for the first time this season and accepted that he’s no longer the starter.
The Cowboys played this perfectly, and got lucky, but there is now no question that Dak Prescott is their starting quarterback. Tony Romo practiced fully this week, and is healthy enough to play for the first time since breaking his back in preseason, but come Sunday against Baltimore, he’ll be holding a clipboard.
The Cowboys haven’t had much to say about their quarterback situation, which has only gotten more complicated as Dak Prescott has continued to play well and as Tony Romo’s back has continued to heal. But new report from ESPN suggests that the team will have to make a definitive choice sooner rather than later.
Rookie QB Dak Prescott has a seven-game track record that should be more than enough to secure him the starting job. Yet the Cowboys are still taking things week by week, refusing to make the choice until there actually is a choice. Prescott will be the starter next week against the Browns, owner Jerry Jones announced…
“Tony is our No. 1 quarterback,” Jerry Jones said Sunday night, settling a Cowboys quarterback controversy that’s really just getting started.
We have seen this before:
Tony Romo is 36, and increasingly banged up, and it’s time to start thinking about his replacement. It was no surprise that Dallas entered the draft planning to take a successor, but the surprise afterward among the Cowboys’ front office was who they ended up with: Dak Prescott, their third choice at QB.
Dak Prescott and his Mississippi State teammates held their pro day late last week down in Starkville. The former Bulldogs quarterback was projected to be one of the first five or so QBs off the board in next month’s NFL Draft, but according to a report from the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Prescott was arrested in…
Mississippi State football players Dak Prescott, Torrey Dale, and Damian Williams got jumped at a Waka Flocka concert in Panama City, Fla., yesterday, and pictures and videos of the incident were posted all over social media. One of the guys who allegedly attacked the Mississippi State players also hopped on Twitter…
Mississippi State football players Dak Prescott, Torrey Dale, and Damian Williams were reportedly jumped while at a spring break Waka Flocka concert in Panama City (Fla.). News of the incident—as well as pictures—first surfaced on the Elite Dawgs message board, and was confirmed by Panama City police:
The pass from Dak Prescott to Fred Ross was so unexpected it forced Orange Bowl organizers to get the prematurely-installed halftime show stage off the field so the Bulldogs could attempt an extra point. It's 21-20 at the half.