Los Angeles Chargers defenders are saying that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott looked so uncomfortable that he look like he had no game plan.
Chargers free safety Tre Boston attributed Dak Prescott's two-turnover, no-touchdown day to lacking just those traits, noted the Dallas Morning News.
"Uncomfortableness," Boston said when asked about Prescott's play in the Cowboys' 28-6 loss. "Dak was a little flustered we saw, couldn't get the ball off like he wanted to.
"You didn't see a true game plan from how he executed today."
Boston and teammates said they'd seen on film the threats Prescott poses with both his arms and legs. But Thursday's 28-6 blowout loss didn't show any of that.
Prescott completed 20 of 27 passes for 179 yards. He threw two interceptions -- four days after turning the ball over four times against division rival Philadelphia. He said he's never been as frustrated as he was this week and it's on him to get the team out of the funk
Boston said without running back Ezekiel Elliott, Prescott is becoming less of a threat.
"Guys are starting to find their ways with him," Boston said. "Zeke's out."
"And that's a big deal -- everybody knows it."