The Dallas Cowboys are getting a lot of hype heading into the 2023 NFL season, with America’s Team expected to be a legitimate Super Bowl title contender in the NFC, which is looking like a much weaker conference this year.
Although the defense in Dallas has been getting all the headlines, and justifiably so, the offense is expected to be a force to be reckoned with in 2023 as well, with Dak Prescott and company potentially putting up a lot of points from week to week.
Even though the offense is talented and made a key addition during the offseason by bringing in veteran wide receiver Brandin Cooks, the team won’t be able to succeed without Prescott playing at an elite level, and some believe he may have already shown everything he has and isn’t a winning quarterback.
Despite the doubts surrounding Prescott, the Cowboys have reportedly talked about a contract extension with the veteran quarterback, according to Jeff Howe of The Athletic via Dov Kleiman of Bro Bible.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) August 7, 2023
This is a surprising development in Dallas due to the fact that Prescott hasn’t proven anything during his time with the team, and securing his long-term future before a crucial pressure-filled season is a little baffling.
The wise move would be to play this season out and see if Prescott can live up to the hype while finally leading the Cowboys to some success in the NFL playoffs.
However, team owner Jerry Jones does things his way whether they make sense or not and seems to be still enamored with Prescott moving forward.NEXT: Analyst Makes Strong Statement On Micah Parsons' Value For Cowboys