‘Let’s not panic’: Dak Prescott breaks silence on hand injury, Week 1 loss vs. Buccaneers

Dak Prescott’s injury is a major blow for the Dallas Cowboys. However, the veteran quarterback keeps a positive outlook despite this setback.

On Sunday, the Cowboys’ QB suffered a hand injury during their game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The issue is serious and Dak must undergo surgery.

Prescott spoke to reporters after their Week 1 loss and tried to calm the fears of fans about him, his team, and the future. As he reiterated his belief in the offense and his trust, he also said ” Let’s Not Panic” to everyone following their Week 1 loss.

“It’s not the worst thing that has happened to me. It’s jump a bump in the road, and I will keep moving forward,” Prescott said of his injury, per Michael Gehlken of Dallas Morning News.

Fans are already worried about Dak Prescott’s injury and the future of their season. He is the heart of the offense and the team depends heavily on him to lead them to the Super Bowl.

There are many uncertainties about how the offense will perform with Prescott out indefinitely. It’s great that we are still in Week 1, but Prescott’s recovery time is unknown, which will naturally cause concern.

Prescott should be able to make a full recovery sooner than expected. It will be difficult for Cowboys fans to believe that Prescott can come back from his injury in the next 2022.

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