Since he became the starter in 2016, Dallas tallied four winning seasons in six years.
The Cowboys also had at least ten victories in three of those seasons.
Their worst record over that stretch was 6-10 which happened when Prescott had a season-ending ankle injury.
Take away that year and the Cowboys haven’t suffered a losing record under him.
That’s why the team rewarded him with a four-year, $160 million contract before the 2021 season.
Without question, Prescott can rack up the wins and the yards that lead to scores.
Most Pass Yards per Game over the last 3 seasons
Dak Prescott 302.9
Patrick Mahomes 295.9
Justin Herbert 292.2
Tom Brady 285.8 pic.twitter.com/4XBnFpAriV
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) August 1, 2022
The NFL on CBS Twitter account shared the most passing yards per game from 2019 to 2021.
Prescott tops the list at 302.9 yards per game while Patrick Mahomes is second at 295.9.
Prescott’s Playoff Woes Overshadow Regular Season Accomplishments
While Prescott is a dependable quarterback in the regular season, the same can’t be said during the postseason.
He has only won one out of four playoff games and that victory was a two-point decision over the San Francisco 49ers.
Worst yet, the same team humiliated the Cowboys with a defeat at home during the Wild Card Round.
As good as Prescott is during the regular season, he still has to prove himself during the playoffs.
Otherwise, he will just be another talented quarterback.
That’s a tall order because several teams have a fighting chance of entering the Super Bowl.
But when that happens, Dallas will initiate a party for Prescott.