The Dallas Cowboys won their second straight game on Sunday after defeating the Washington Football Team on the road, but the score was closer than it had to be due to mistakes by Dak Prescott.
ESPN’s Ryan Clark thinks the team is ready to win a championship, but not with the way Dak Prescott is playing football right now.
“Earlier on in the season, we thought the offense was going to carry this team,” Clark said. “We thought Dak Prescott was going to play at an MVP level and this is why this team would be a championship contender. But when you think about what Micah Parsons is doing, the things that Dan Quinn has added to this defense, that defense is now becoming the reason why this team can win football games. This Dak Prescott, the guy playing football now, cannot win a championship. They cannot be a Super Bowl team with No. 4 playing at the level he’s playing at.”
Prescott finished Sunday’s game with only 211 yards passing with one touchdown and two interceptions, one of which was a pick-six late in the fourth quarter that gave Washington hope.
In his last four games played, Presoctt only has four touchdown passes, but five interceptions. That is not going to do it.
It’s painfully obvious to see that Ezekiel Elliott will never be the running back he once was, which puts even more pressure on Prescott to deliver.