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Tagged: Dak Prescott (125 Results)

Factoid: Thanksgiving special

Do teams score more on Thanksgiving? Sometimes it seems like they do. Or that they should. Most of the nation is watching, after all, so what better time to bust out that special gadget play? And defenses haven’t had the usual full week to prepare.  more »


Factoid: Dalton Schultz

Dalton Schultz and Dak Prescott are both healthy, and I think that puts them in position to be one of the top few QB-TE combinations in the second half of the season. They’ve been awfully productive together.   more »



Cowboys QB Prescott medically cleared to play

Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy confirmed on Wednesday that quarterback DAK PRESCOTT has been medically cleared to return to football. Prescott was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice and isMore fully expected to start Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Prescott has not played since breaking the thumb on his throwing hand in Week #1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He had surgery to repair the fracture on September 12th. Less

Source: Team Website


Cowboys QB Prescott expects to start vs. Lions

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT said this week that he expects to return to the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Team owner Jerry Jones added that theMore Cowboys will give Prescott every chance to play. Prescott, of course, underwent surgery on his right thumb on September 12th and has been working his way back since that time. Less

Source: Fort-Worth Star-Telegram


Cowboys QB Prescott to begin throwing

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said on Tuesday that star quarterback DAK PRESCOTT will begin throwing this week as he works his way back from surgery on his throwing hand. HeadMore coach Mike McCarthy has said previously that Prescott needs to complete a full week of practice before returning to the lineup. While Prescott has not played or practiced since injuring his thumb in the season opener and undergoing surgery on September 12th, he seems to be getting closer to returning. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Prescott not likely to play vs. Rams

Dallas Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones said on Tuesday that star quarterback DAK PRESCOTT is “not well enough to play” just yet because he is still unable to grip the football. WhileMore the Cowboys are not ruling out Prescott for this weekend’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, Jones’ comments don’t bode well for his return. Jones did add that Prescott is improving after suffering the broken thumb that needed surgery, but it looks likely that quarterback COOPER RUSH will start again for the Cowboys. Less

Source: Team Website

Team projections: Updated team projections

At what point is it fair to just give up on offenses? We’re a month into the season, and it’s looking pretty certain that teams like the Rams, Broncos, Colts and Bengals aren’t going to be moving the ball as well as most expected.   more »



Cowboys QB Prescott still not practicing

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT had stitches removed from his surgically repaired right hand Monday but he is reportedly not ready to return to practice just yet. Prescott said earlier thisMore week that he is unlikely to return for Sunday’s game against the Washington Commanders, meaning that backup quarterback COOPER RUSH will likely start again this week. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Steelers hoping to unleash passing game

As fantasy owners are well aware, the Pittsburgh Steelers offense has gotten off to a slow start to open the 2022 season. Steelers quarterback MITCH TRUBISKY said on Tuesday that he’sMore looking to open up the passing game and “throw the ball down the field”. While Trubisky’s plan sounds good, it’s worth nothing that he is averaging just 5.1 yards per attempt this season – second worst in the league only to injured Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT. Less



Cowboys QB Prescott could make quick return

Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones said on Tuesday that star quarterback DAK PRESCOTT will not go on injured reserve following surgery on his right thumb on Monday. The reason?More Jones says that the Cowboys want to be able to play Prescott should he be ready to roll within the next four games. The initial timeline for Prescott to return was six to eight weeks, but Jones said the report following surgery was more favorable. If Prescott’s recovery goes well, he could potentially return for the Cowboys Week #5 game against the Los Angeles Rams on October 9th. Less



Prescott undergoes successful surgery on fractured thumb

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT underwent successful surgery on Monday to stabilize his fractured thumb. Prescott is reportedly looking at a potential return in Week #8 against the Chicago Bears orMore after the bye week against the Green Bay Packers in Week #10. While Prescott is out, backup quarterback COOPER RUSH is expected to lead the Cowboys offense. Less



Prescott suffers broken thumb on Sunday Night Football

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT suffered a broken right thumb in Sunday night’s season opening loss against Tampa Bay. Prescott said after the game that he expects to haver surgery today.More Prescott is expected to miss 6-8 weeks and the injury will likely land him on injured reserve, according to multiple sources. With Prescott out, the Cowboys will turn to COOPER RUSH as their starting quarterback heading into their upcoming game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Less


Around the NFL: Dennis Houston

There’s been some talk in Dallas about Dennis Houston maybe being a factor. He wasn’t even drafted, but the Cowboys are looking for help at wide receiver (with Amari Cooper and Cedrick Wilson gone and Michael Gallup and James Washington both perhaps out until October.)  more »


Prescott in “best shape ever”

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT said over the weekend that he “is in the best shape” he has ever been in with training camp just two weeks away. Prescott said heMore hired a full-time personal trainer for the offseason that has helped him with his movements to ultimately aid him as both a runner and a passer. Prescott is coming off a record-setting season in which he threw for a Cowboys’ record 37 touchdowns. Less

Source: Team Website


Prescott fully healthy and ready to roll

Dallas Cowboys quarterback DAK PRESCOTT said that he is fully healthy for the start of the team’s offseason program after dealing with several injuries last year. Prescott spent most of lastMore offseason rehabbing from ankle surgery and then dealt with shoulder and calf injuries during the 2021 season. At full health, Prescott said he can now shift his focus to “working on my whole body” rather than trying to rehab a specific injury. Less

Source: Team Blog

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