Dak Prescott hasn't quite entered the MVP conversation, but things could get interesting in that regard if he maintains this level of play for the next month once the Dallas Cowboys schedule gets more difficult after Thanksgiving.
Simply put, no QB has performed better than Prescott over the last month. He threw a bad interception against the Giants in Week 10, but he was flawless otherwise. So much so that folks aren't holding that turnover against him.
How could they? After all, Prescott completed over 74% of his passes for 404 yards and four touchdowns and even scrambled for a TD.
To put icing on the cake, Prescott delivered maybe the best throw of his career when he connected with Brandin Cooks some 40 yards downfield on a post route. It would've been a mouthwatering throw in a clean pocket, but Prescott stepped into a monster hit from Giants star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence.
What has Cowboys fans panicked, though, is what did (or didn't) happen after the play. Though Prescott shook off the hit, he was in obvious pain before he helped himself up. The kicker is that center Tyler Biadasz looked back at Prescott twice before ignoring the QB and walking away from the field.
Cowboys fans have wild theory about alleged Dak Prescott beef with Tyler Biadasz
This is a terrible look for Biadasz.
As the above tweet notes, Jake Ferguson already started jogging toward Prescott before the throw was completed. That's how it should be. If the quarterback hits the ground, the closest player should pick him up. The same applies for any fallen teammate, but it's an unwritten rule that the QB should be helped up. After all, it's more often than not the offensive line's fault when a quarterback hits the turf.
It's anyone's guess why Biadasz left Prescott hanging, but a fan theorized that Prescott's been on his teammate for miscommunication before the snap.
There's no way to prove this theory right (or wrong), but it's definitely interesting.
What can't be denied, though, is that Biadasz has made more mistakes than fans have been accustomed to over his three years as a starter. Can Mike McCarthy's new offense be to blame? And if Prescott is holding Biadasz accountable for said mistakes, why should that prevent him from picking up his QB?
There's a ton of gray area here. Maybe Biadasz recognized that Prescott wasn't injured and made a (regrettable) split-second decision in the moment?
But it's clear as day that Biadasz realized Prescott was on the ground and chose not to help him out despite being within the closest proximity to the quarterback of any other Cowboy. Fans aren't wrong for wanting an answer.
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