Dallas Cowboys star Dak Prescott is about to hit a milestone that would give him one of the greatest starts to an NFL career a quarterback has ever had.
Per DallasCowboys.com, "Prescott’s efficiency in his infancy as an NFL quarterback has been remarkable. In his first 498 pass attempts he has thrown 4 interceptions. According to the NFL, he’s on the verge of becoming the first quarterback in league history to throw 5 or fewer picks in his first 500 pass attempts."
“I think he is a good decision maker,” head coach Jason Garrett said. “He values the football. He understands the importance of it.”
"Last season Prescott threw interceptions against the Packers (one), the Eagles (one) and the Giants (two). The result: The Packers scored a field goal, the Eagles a field goal, the Giants a touchdown. The Cowboys’ only loss in those three games was to the Giants, 10-6, so clearly the turnover made a difference there.
"That December trip to the Meadowlands was one of eight Cowboys games decided by a touchdown or less. They went 6-2 in those games. When at least half your games are likely to be decided in the fourth quarter, it helps immensely to have a quarterback who doesn’t beat himself."