Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Expands On QB Dak Prescott After Another Unproductive Offseason During Press Conference

Published 07/27/2022, 2:37 PM EDT

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Jerry Jones is adamant about making his team the best in business. He relies on his star players and expects them to perform well. Similarly, his quarterback, Dak Prescott, is working hard to achieve his goals and get the Dallas Cowboys to the playoff run. But an unproductive season might come his way and hinder his training in the training camp.

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Moreover, Prescott had a good season in 2021. So even though the Dallas Cowboys came first in the NFC East; Jones expanded on QB Dak Prescott and his expectation from him. The QB feels he has come much further along now, but uncertainty still looms over his head.

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Dak Prescott scored 37 touchdowns and completed 4,449 yards last season. Considering he was not cleared last year to participate in the minicamp, he performed like a beast. Unfortunately, the QB did not get clearance to participate in the minicamp due to his recovery from a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle.

Talking about his conditioning this year, Prescott said, “I think I’m so, so much further along than I was last year at this time. I mean just being able to get the team reps, being able to move more; take care of my whole body, and just focus on everything and not just my leg is a huge difference.”

Jerry Jones expands on his expectations from Dak Prescott

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Jon Machota from The Athletic reveals what Jerry feels about the Cowboys’ QB. Jones said, “I feel like we have one of the best people at that position. And one of the best people. He’s a big reason for my optimism.”

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Contrary to popular opinion that Prescott is having an unproductive offseason, he sheds light on how he feels. Prescott says that he looks and feels leaner even though he weighs the same as last year.

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In conclusion, the billionaire Dallas Cowboys owner would want his QB and team to take their performance a level higher. Winning a Super Bowl has been a long-time dream of Jerry Jones and Prescott’s efforts can make it come true.

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Ayush Jha

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Ayush Jha is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. He is a current graduate of the University of Delhi and has worked on publishing academic research in the past. Ayush has always been an avid sports lover, representing his school team in cricket and soccer.
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