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Dak Prescott Is Reminding Everyone Why He Is the NFC Rookie of the Year. in His Cowboys’ 31-30, Overtime Win Over the Cardinals, Prescott Broke Joe Montana’s NFL Record for Consecutive Passes Without an Interception. the Feat Was Accomplished Just 1:21 Into the Game and the Cowboy Signal Caller Has Since Put Himself Into the Record Books As the First Quarterback to Throw for Four Touchdowns and No Interceptions in a Single Game This Year.
On Sunday, a Dallas Cowboys team that was seemingly going through a nightmare season saw its worst fears realized. In the third quarter, Pro Bowl quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a gruesome ankle injury. If you were watching the play, you're not going to forget what you saw for a long time. If you didn't see the play, consider yourself lucky. Injuries are part of football, and they don't discriminate against good or bad people or between stars and ordinary players, but it was difficult not to be overwhelmed as a crying Prescott was carted off the field. (Source: www.espn.com)
By all accounts, Prescott should be able to return. Although the injury was unquestionably gruesome, players across sports have returned from similar injuries in the past and continued their careers. In baseball, Jason Kendall, Moises Alou and Robin Ventura returned from compound ankle fractures and sustained long careers. In basketball, we recently saw Celtics forward Gordon Hayward dislocate his ankle and fracture his tibia, miss an entire season and return the following year. (Source: www.espn.com)
www.espn.com)Should Prescott Have Taken Dallas' LoIn the aftermath of the injury, the worst people on Twitter were excited to talk about how Prescott was foolish to decline the team's long-term offers before he suffered his injury. Never mind that we haven't seen any of the contract offer specifics or how much money he realistically would have been passing up as part of a deal. Every player has to deal with risk, and as often as a player passes on a long-term option and then gets hurt, we see players who take below-market value deals before staying healthy and regretting their choices, as with Chris Harris Jr. and Adam Thielen. (Source:ng-Term Offer?
Absolutely, though that's more of a commentary on what has unaffectionately become known as the NFC Least than Dallas' performance. The Cowboys were the only NFC East team to win Sunday, and they jumped into first place at 2-3, putting them a half-game ahead of the 1-3-1 Eagles. Washington (1-4) has lost four straight and is down its top two quarterbacks, while the Giants are 0-5 and trying to hide behind the Jets on the back pages of the New York tabloids. (Source: www.espn.com)