Rob Parker: “The numbers Dak put up the first three weeks were FRAUDULENT. Then he losses to backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater in a game the Saints didn’t even a touchdown in. New Orleans stopped Ezekiel Elliott and that’s when I need my quarterback to be able to beat a team when I don’t have my running back. Sometimes you need the quarterback to rally the troops to make it happen, and the huge throw late to Randall Cobb was way behind him.”
Chris Broussard: “I STILL think he’s in route to becoming an elite quarterback, not a Top 5 guy, but an ELITE quarterback that you can win championships with. I saw nothing yesterday that could discourage me from that viewpoint.” (Full Audio at Bottom of Page)
Listen to Rob Parker and Chris Broussard discuss Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s current standing in the league as one of the NFL’s most polarizing players nears a free agency period that could be one of the most fascinating and unpredictable in history.
Prescott is 35-17 for his career in Dallas and has led the Cowboys to the playoffs in two of his first three seasons, but much divisiveness has followed the topic because of the Cowboys' quarterback-friendly system that boasts arguably the NFL’s most dominant offensive line and greatest running back.
Prescott is reportedly in search of one of the largest quarterback contracts in the league that could sore past the $35 million annual plateau.
Listen to the audio below Rob and Chris argue over Dak’s potential as the two hosts are different ends of the spectrum when it comes to their opinion of him.