Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is reportedly "coming along great" in his recovery from ankle surgery, which brought his 2020 season to an end in October. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported the update on Prescott's progress Saturday, with the Cowboys hopeful he'll return "better than ever:" The two-time Pro Bowl selection was off to another strong start before the injury.
If you had asked me how long it had been since 44-6 when Tony Romo was hitting Jason Witten on the Y-Option against the Detroit Lions, the answer would have been an eternity since then. One of Dez Bryant or Cole Beasley is going to appear in a conference title game for the first time Time comes and goes, but one thing has unfortunately stayed the same in that the Cowboys can’t get to the conference championship game.
That is a done deal, and he is going to be back as the starting running back. We will almost certainly see a restructuring or extension of his contract, which will net almost $7 million in needed cap space. No, this is about how he is employed in the offense this year.