Sunday was an awful day for the Dallas Cowboys, even though they won the game against the division rival New York Giants.
Quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a devastating ankle injury while the Cowboys and has since had surgery to repair his dislocated ankle as he expected to be out for the next 4-6 months.
Medical doctor Brian Sutterer took to his YouTube page to break down in details the severity of Dak’s injury and what is expected from here.
“Dak Prescott of the NFL Dallas Cowboys suffered a severe season ending ankle injury during week 5 of the NFL season. The star quarterback appeared to dislocate and fracture his ankle and is already on his way to get surgery. In this video we’ll review the footage and discuss the mechanism of how something like this happens, the relevant anatomy, and then touch on the on field management and some important aspects of Dak’s recovery.”
In the aftermath of Dak Prescott’s bone-chilling injury and reaction on Sunday, many have asked me about his business decision to turn down a multi-year offer from the Cowboys to instead play on a one-year contract with no security beyond it.
Much has been made of Dak Prescott’s contract situation, before and after his injury in Week 5, but he will likely end up in the same position as he was this past offseason.