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NFL great: Dak Prescott is one of the NFL's 10 best QBs

Quite the compliment for the young QB, even after his big rookie season

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Dak Prescott isn't going to become a top-10 quarterback, according to legendary NFL quarterback and commentator Ron "Jaws" Jaworski.

That's because he already is one. 

Per CBS Sports, Jaworski appeared on The Doomsday Podcast with Ed Werder. There he had some shining compliments for the young gunslinger.

"I mean, he's a top-10 quarterback right now based on one season of play," Jaworski said. 

"You look at the weapons that [Prescott] has around him: I always say the quarterback is a dependent position. You depend on other people doing their job so you can do yours," said Jaworski. "When you look at the people that [offensive coordinator] Scott Linehan has put around him, and Jason Garrett has put around him, it starts with the guys up front. You got a [Tyron] Smith, a [La'el] Collins, a [Travis] Frederick, a [Zack] Martin and now a Chaz Green going to step in probably at that right tackle spot."

We can probably all agree on a top seven QB list, as CBS Sports pointed out. It would include Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Matt Ryan, Drew Brees, Russell Wilson and Cam Newton. That leaves just three spots left, with names like Derek Carr, Andrew Luck, Philip Rivers, Matthew Stafford and Eli Manning. Whoever the last three are, that's a pretty nice compliment to give to the second-year Prescott.

As for the future of the Cowboys offense, Jaworski was pretty bullish. 

"They're going to run the ball first, then they're going to throw the football with the play-action pass and you've got a plethora of players that can catch the football, that are smart, that read coverage well," said Jaworski. "You look at Dak and the weapons around him, I mean, how can you not be excited about the future of the Dallas Cowboys, particularly on offense?"

Source: CBS Sports · Photo Credit: Keystone Press Agency