Dark Prescott Attacking Magical Displacement Kept Cowboys Fans Dreaming As He Confirms He Will Be Ready Against Lions

Dak attack is back! Prescott has Cowboys fans dreaming

Cooper Rush’s successful ‘era’ as the Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback, in which he had 4 wins and 1 loss replacing Dak Prescott, is officially over. Dakota Prescott, the Cowboys’ multi-millionaire -and sometimes questioned- QB, is back That’s what he announced Thursday, confirming that he will be the starter for Dallas’ hosting of the Detroit Lions on Sunday, returning under center after he was hurt in Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which the Cowboys lost 19-3.

Dak had his first full practice and looked fine

Prescott was released by the team doctors and has already participated in full practice. He commented: “I did everything. I wasn’t limited by any means. There wasn’t a pitch count. I think I threw about 140 balls, something like that. I just made that up, but there was no pitch count. I was full go. After the full practice, Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb noted, “(He seems) like Dak. He’s back.” During Cooper Rush’s 5 games at QB, the Dallas offense relied on the running game of Tony Pollard and Zeke Elliott, as well as solid defensive play. Rush avoided mistakes and was effective, although in last Sunday Night’s game against Philadelphia, he had 3 interceptions that were key to the Eagles winning 26-17. With Prescott at the helm again, it is expected that the offense can pick up the pace that made them one of the best in the NFL last season.

Dak will take precautions before playing

“I’m not going to just act like I didn’t have a broken bone a few weeks ago,” Prescott said. “I am still going to do some things, but for the most part I’m healthy. It feels good. I grabbed the ball. The ball is comfortable in my hand. My grip is great. Honestly, putting it behind me and just focusing on this game plan.” Regarding his return, Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy commented: “No. 1, his leadership ability, personality is top-notch, off the charts,” McCarthy said. “So I mean that energy definitely has been felt without a doubt. Anybody that knows Dak or has been a teammate of his understands the energy that he brings each and every day.” Last year Dak appeared in 16 games, and set career highs in completion percentage (68.8%) and passing touchdowns (37), and he posted his second-highest career totals for passing yards (4,449) and passer rating (104.2).

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