Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback, put up some impressive numbers on Sunday. However it was not enough to avoid being criticized by the public.
Some critics say Prescott doesn’t read the game well right now. During Wednesday’s media conference, he responded to these claims.
“I feel like I’m seeing it fine,” Prescott replied. “I don’t know if y’all differ. It doesn’t really matter to me. We’re continuing to get better and work, and that’s the simple fact of it.”
Prescott doesn’t sound worried about his recent performance. He finished Week 17 with 226 yards passing and three touchdowns.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott on how he’s seeing the game right now: “I feel like I’m seeing it fine. I don’t know if y’all differ. It doesn’t really matter to me. We’re continuing to get better and work, and that’s the simple fact of it.”
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 5, 2022
Although Prescott’s criticism has not slowed down, Jerry Jones, Cowboys owner, has stated his belief in his quarterback.
Jones stated, via Jon Machota, “I’m very happy with what Dak had been doing.” “I am thrilled that he came here with his good health.”
It doesn’t matter if Jones is happy with Prescott’s performance.
Prescott will have an opportunity to gain some confidence before the playoffs start. Mike McCarthy could get his offense moving before the NFC Wild Card Round by a strong performance against the Eagles.