Dak Prescott is the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft out of Mississippi State University. Prescott started all 16 games as a rookie after Tony Romo was injured, and he led the Cowboys to an NFC-best 13-3 record.
In his second season, Prescott led the Cowboys to an 11-2 record before suffering a season-ending injury. He was named to the Pro Bowl and was named Second-Team All-Pro.
Dak Prescott has dealt with some injuries over his career, including a season-ending ankle injury in 2020, and a fractured thumb in 2022. But when he’s on the field, Dak Prescott’s stats are among the best in the NFL. In 2016, he won Offensive Rookie of the Year after throwing for 23 touchdowns and running for another six. His 4,902 yards in 2019 were a career-high and good enough for second in the entire league. Two years later, in 2021, he threw for a whopping 37 touchdowns, which was by far a career-high for him at the time.
The Cowboys QB still has plenty of football left in him, so you can expect him to continue making headlines. To keep up on everything from Dak Prescott injury updates to all of his highlight reel plays and off-the-field stories, be sure to continue checking in on this page.