Dak Prescott beanie, Micah Parsons 'Waterboy' nod steal show before Cowboys-Packers

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Remember when Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott turned down the NFC East champion headgear after Week 18? Prescott said he had something bigger in mind (getting to and winning a Super Bowl). Having finished atop the division twice before, celebrating another title didn't move the needle for the All-Pro.

Prescott always arrives at AT&T Stadium in style. Being Sunday is the first round of the playoffs, Prescott obviously had something special planned. While he didn't pull up in a fancy suit, he rocked an all-black fit -- similar to when he dressed for the Giants funeral in November -- with an iconic beanie that received rave reviews from social media.

The beanie is all black and had Prescott's now-famous pre-snap cadence "Here we gooo" stitched on the front.

Dak Prescott beanie, Micah Parsons' "Waterboy' nod steal show before Cowboys-Packers

The background of Prescott's beanie is even better. Per the Gentleman's Playbook on Twitter, the hat was created by Fifth Down Apparel, which is a new brand started by Prescott's girlfriend, Sarah Jane Ramos, Cooper Rush's wife, Lauryn, and Zack Martin's wife, Morgan, among others.

As cool as the beanie looks and as awesome as Prescott supporting a local brand is, he was one-upped by teammate Micah Parsons in the pregame outfit department.

Having likened himself to iconic movie character Bobby Bucher from "The Waterboy" in the past, Parsons walked into AT&T Stadium wearing a South Central Louisiana State University Mud Dogs jersey. No, we're not kidding. To complete the fit, Parsons even brought out orange sweatpants and sneakers.

Only Parsons could outdo his quarterback's pregame attire. It seems like Parsons had this outfit picked out the moment the Cowboys clinched a playoff berth. Winning the NFC East in the season finale just cemented his case.

It's clear Prescott and Parsons mean business. They have their game faces on and fans should expect big games from the superstar duo. After all, that's the only way to follow up wearing the freshest pregame fits of any player this season.

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