There has been a lot of talk about whether the Dallas Cowboys should move on from Dak Prescott or not.
Trading for Trey Lance made plenty of people think that Jerry Jones was trying to send him a message and put some pressure on his shoulders.
And whether that’s the case or not, the fact of the matter is that Prescott’s play has been a talking point way too often already.
However, as much as people love to put the blame on him for the Cowboys’ struggles, former NFL player and new “Undisputed” analyst Keyshawn Johnson believes he’s not the only one responsible for them.
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Johnson took to “Undisputed” to make a case for Prescott being a top-10 quarterback in the league right now, stating that there aren’t nine quarterbacks that people would choose ahead of him.
Moreover, he claims that he believes 100% that Prescott could lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl win if he slows down on turnovers, but he also believes it will take a team effort to get the job done.
Of course, no one can win on their own.
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