3. Dak Prescott, QB
Prescott was far from the Cowboys biggest issue on Sunday, but he was nowhere near good enough. After carving up defenses all season en route to being a second-team All-Pro, Prescott was tight and tentative from the first drive.
Was it the pressure of having to score since the Dallas defense couldn't help but give up touchdowns? Was it simply the nerves of playing in the playoffs? Prescott didn't see the field and it's hard to explain why given how he performed during the regular season.
We'll give him a pass for the interception to Jaire Alexander. He put the ball where it needed to be. Alexander had a tug of Brandin Cooks' arm and made a great play on the ball. The pick-six to Darnell Savage, though, was awful and telegraphed and put the game out of reach at 27-0.
Again, Prescott isn't the reason the Cowboys got blown out. However, his reputation for coming up small in big games remains undeniable. He played how most folks thought Jordan Love would look playing in his first playoff game.