2. Dak Prescott is finding his groove at the perfect time
Despite the two interceptions against the Jags, the game-ender being more-so Noah Brown’s fault, Dak Prescott played one of his best games of the season. After Saturday, he made that two fantastic games in a row.
Prescott finished the game 27/35 for 347 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, and an interception. Aside from the early pick-six, No. 4 was perfect, not only as a passer, but also as a runner.
On the ground as well, the star quarterback found production, finishing the matchup with six rushes for 41 yards, his most in a game since Week 2 of 2019, where he ran for 69 yards against the then-Washington Redskins. This element to his game has been missing since his horrific ankle injury in 2020.
Prescott has been under a lot of fire this season due to his uncharacteristic interceptions, but it seems like he has settled in and is being not only more careful with the ball, but still being aggressive. This is coming at the perfect time, with the playoffs starting in just three weeks.