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Dak Prescott’s Brother Makes A Worrisome Prediction For Cowboys Fans

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - JANUARY 14: Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys throws a pass during the NFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium on January 14, 2024 in Arlington, Texas.
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During the majority of the 2023 NFL regular season, Dallas Cowboys star quarterback Dak Prescott was a legitimate candidate to be named NFL MVP, as he was playing some of the best football of his career while making the most of his talented offense.

Ultimately, Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens won the regular-season award for the second time in his career, and rightfully so, as he was without a doubt the best quarterback throughout the 2023 campaign.

However, Prescott did have a solid season throwing for a league-high 36 touchdowns and 410 completions while leading the Cowboys to a record of 12-5, which was good enough to hold off the competition in the NFC East to win the division title and punch their ticket to the NFL playoffs.

With Prescott coming off such a successful season, at least in the regular season, his brother Tad Prescott believes that next season will be worse because he set the bar high with his performance during the 2023 campaign via the I AM ATHLETE podcast.

“Worse,” Tad Prescott said. “In order for him to be better, he’s an MVP, he’s a First-Team All-Pro, and he’s a Super Bowl champion.”

With Dak Prescott setting the bar as high as he did, Tad Prescott is right that he’ll likely have a worse season in 2024 because he’d need to hit a lot of milestones for it to be considered better than last year.

However, that kind of performance next season can’t be ruled out, as the Cowboys still have a very talented roster and are expected to be a force to be reckoned with once again in the NFC.

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