Dak Prescott is showing great potential so far. Sure, the rookie quarterback only has 2 starts under the belt, but he is quite impressive.
In fact, Prescott set a new record on Sunday during his team's victory against the Washington Redskins. 75 passes without an interception in his first 2 career games, Prescott passed Warren Moon's mark set in 1984 with the Houston Oilers.
So far this season's, the rookie out of Mississippi State has completed 47 out of 75 attempts for 519 yards with a touchdown on the ground. The 23-year-old has yet to complete his first TD pass, but that shouldn't take too long considering the way he has played.
Dak Prescott sets NFL record for most passes w/o an Int in a player's 1st 2 games in NFL history. (via @EliasSports) pic.twitter.com/phaFWicdHj— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) 18 septembre 2016