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Dak Prescott Should Point to This Revealing Stat if Cowboys Try to Lowball Him Again

The extended delay in contract negotiations between the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott has really amplified debates as to how much the 26-year-old quarterback deserves to pocket annually. In a vacuum, most analysts and fans would agree that he's a quality NFL gunslinger and deserves to be paid quite handsomely in his second contract, though not at "top-five QB in the league" levels. Coming into the league in 2016, there were concerns among scouts regarding Prescott's overall arm strength and...

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The Eagles Are the Biggest Winners of the Cowboys-Dak Prescott Contract Debacle

There's nothing a Philadelphia Eagles fan loves more than seeing the Dallas Cowboys in chaos, and the team's inability to agree on an extension with quarterback Dak Prescott is causing exactly that. Prescott and the 'Boys have been in negotiations for months over the length and price of his extension, and the team was forced to use the franchise tag in March. They're reportedly pushing for a five-year deal to keep Prescott around long-term. Prescott, meanwhile, is understood to prefer a...

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Troy Aikman Thinks He Knows How Cowboys-Dak Prescott Contract Extension Standoff Will End

Dak Prescott reportedly turned down a five-year, $175 million extension deal with the Dallas Cowboys -- a story that shocked just about every football fan on earth -- only for us all to learn that the report wasn't 100% accurate. All the same, the quarterback is still without a new contract, which is a real source of anxiety among the faithful in Big D. Luckily for the Boys, franchise legend Troy Aikman is confident that there's a happy ending here. he told insider Mike Fisher of Sports...

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Here's When Dak Prescott is Expected to Sign His New Contract

By virtue of being the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys and a fourth-round pick rather than a first-rounder, Dak Prescott is inherently controversial. Most with an IQ above 40 would acknowledge that he is a solid starting NFL quarterback, but haven't decided if he is worth the $35 million he could earn per year in his second contract. Those debates have been exacerbated by the constant delays in the deal-making process. However, according to Ed Werder, we might finally have a light at the end...

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3 Stats That Prove the Cowboys Shouldn't Pay Dak Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys are caught between a rock and a hard place, as they know that they have to pay franchise quarterback Dak Prescott, but are unwilling to give in to his demands that would make him the highest-paid quarterback in the league. Dak has proven himself in this league, but his contract demands are bordering on the absurd, especially given some concerning stats over the last few years that work against him. 3. He's Never Led the League in Any Passing Category Prescott has never been...

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3 Quarterbacks Dak Prescott Could Set the Market for With Contract Extension

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is in an intriguing contractual predicament. He has until July to reach a long-term agreement with Dallas. If the deal is not reached, Prescott will have to play 2020 under the franchise tag. If Prescott were to sign a record-breaking extension, it would have a ripple effect on teams that have young quarterbacks looking for deals in the future. Here are a few QBs Dak could set the market for. 3. Ravens' Lamar Jackson Lamar Jackson dropping back to pass against...

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This Cowboys-Jets Mega Trade Involving Dak Prescott, Sam Darnold and Jamal Adams Could Solve Everything

The New York Jets might be forced to unload the only superstar on their current roster as contract negotiations with stud safety Jamal Adams have reportedly hit another impasse. Luckily for first-year GM Joe Douglas, the Dallas Cowboys are presently enduring a similar hardship with quarterback Dak Prescott. Both sides appear to be a ways off from reaching an agreement as the length of the deal -- the two-time Pro Bowler wants four years and Dallas is pushing for five -- is reportedly the...

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Chris Simms' BS Reports About Dak Prescott and Browns-Seahawks Russell Wilson Trade Prove He Can't Be Trusted

It's truly fascinating how quickly the reputation of a sports "insider" can be tainted. For NBC analyst Chris Simms, the sheer inaccuracy of his last two scoops has unfortunately forced him to this undesirable list. The former NFL quarterback's latest gaffe came in the form of him reporting that Dak Prescott rejected a record-breaking five-year, $175 million contract extension from the Dallas Cowboys. Almost immediately, trusted insiders Adam Schefter and Ian Rapoport threw cold water on...

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Cowboys Should Explore Aaron Rodgers Trade Now if Dak Prescott Report is True

The Dak Prescott contract negotiations have gone on so long, with so little apparent progress being made, that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones should at least consider trading for a future Hall of Famer at quarterback if their current gunslinger is unable to fit within his price range. In a report by Chris Simms (that has since been called incorrect by Ian Rapoport), Prescott was said to have turned down a five-year, $175 million deal from the Cowboys. But regardess of the validity of these...

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Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt Reveals Timeline for Patrick Mahomes Contract Extension Negotiations

The football world is preoccupied at the moment with the never-ending contract negotiation standoff between the Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott. But the next quarterback set to earn a new contract after Prescott, Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs, stands to sign a deal that makes even bigger headlines do to the near certainty that it sets an all-time record -- and we now have a date set for when those talks will properly begin. During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan sports...

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Adam Schefter Clarifies Dak Prescott Contract Negotiations and Throws Cold Water on Previous Report

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott ignited a firestorm in Twitter when he reportedly turned down a five-year, $175 million offer from Jerry Jones that would have made him the highest-paid quarterback in all of football. Luckily for Cowboys fans, Adam Schefter put out the fire as it relates to that development, as he claims that the only development he has heard regarding Prescott's new deal was the fact Dak wants a shorter deal than what the organization is looking for. To clarify any...

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Cowboys Should Just Move on After Dak Prescott Reportedly Turned Down Latest Fair Offer

It's not every day that a 26-year-old player turns down the chance to make $35 million a year, but that's exactly what is happening with Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott. Dallas wants to give their rising star signal caller a five-year, $175 million contract that makes him the highest-paid quarterback in football, but he turned that deal down, as he wants to make north of $45 million in the final year of his new contract. Dak Prescott turned down a 5-year, $175 million contract offer from the...

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Latest Reported Cowboys Offer to Dak Prescott Should Clearly Work for Him

The Dallas Cowboys and quarterback Dak Prescott remain at a stalemate in contract negotiations, and little has changed in the months since they placed the franchise tag on the former Mississippi State star. The first sign that a deal could be in the works has finally come to light, as the Cowboys have reportedly offered the soon-to-be 27-year-old fresh off almost throwing for 5,000 yards a five-year, $175 million contract. Dallas Cowboys reportedly offer Dak Prescott a 5-year, $175 million...

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Dak Prescott's 2019 Numbers Prove He's Garbage Against Playoff Teams

Overall, the Dallas Cowboys had a disappointing 2019 season. Despite having one of the most talented rosters in the league on paper, they finished 8-8 and missed out on the playoffs. It all culminated in a catastrophic 17-9 loss to the Eagles in Week 16 which eventually sealed their fate, leaving them on the outside of the postseason looking in. If you look a little closer at the stats, you'll see a one unfortunate detail arise that indicts Dak Prescott directly. The quarterback was simply...

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6 NFL Players Who Need Huge Contract Years to Earn Big Money in Free Agency

The 2021 free agency class figures to be one of the strongest in recent memory, with many of the best players from the loaded 2017 draft set to hit the market for the first time. But next year will be crucial for just about all of them. These six players might be able to play themselves into some huge contracts if they can produce during the 2020 season, but they could just as easily tarnish their stock if they once again stink up the joint and underperform. 6. Titans WR Corey Davis Tennessee...

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Don't Forget These NFL Stars Still Haven't Signed Their Franchise Tag Tenders

The post-NFL Draft buzz has consumed headlines for the last month, but let's not forget that there is a notable group of players that hasn't yet accepted playing under the franchise tag on a formal basis. On Monday morning, ESPN insider Field Yates revealed the full list of players that still haven't signed their franchise tenders. Among those stars is Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones and Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver AJ Green....

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Jaylon Smith's Openness to Change Roles on Defense Should Distract Cowboys Fans From Dak Prescott Nonsense

After missing his entire rookie season while recovering from a disastrous knee injury he suffered in college, Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith has played in all 48 regular season games over the last three seasons and has enjoyed immense success. His play even earned him a lucrative contract extension. But perhaps even better than Smith's relentless work ethic is his ability and willingness to adapt. Two years after drafting Smith, the Cowboys took linebacker Leighton Vander Esch with...

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Everyone Needs to Stop Comparing Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz Because They're Not the Same

We fully recognize that debate topics are scarce with almost zero live sports to digest, but my goodness, have ever we grown tired of the daily manufactured back-and-forths that pit certain players against each other as if selected at random. None of these contrived debates is more stale than the eternal comparison of NFL gunslingers Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz. Care to guess why the debate has never been settled? Because they are nowhere near the same player, and we shouldn't try to make it...

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Tony Romo Reached Out to Help Daniel Jones With Jason Garrett's Offense

Say what you want about Jason Garrett’s time as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, but he has helped to conduct some of the most potent offenses in the league. Whether it was the three-headed monster that was Tony Romo, DeMarco Murray and Dez Bryant or the more recent Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper, Garrett has coached talented offenses. Garrett’s next endeavor will be working with head coach Joe Judge and the New York Giants as their offensive coordinator. This means help the...

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Stephen Jones' Latest Comment on Dak Prescott Contract Extension Standoff Inspires Zero Confidence

The Dallas Cowboys have dished out some big-time contracts in the past year, checking off necessary boxes as their best and brightest came due for extensions. The nut they just can't crack, sadly, is the case of quarterback Dak Prescott, who was reportedly close to signing a new deal in September only to back off. Big D was forced to use the franchise tag in order to keep the QB around for 2020 with an eye toward working out an extension in due time. The latest remarks from team VP Stephen...

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Dan Orlovsky Admits Dak Prescott-Carson Wentz Debate is Partially Scripted for TV

When it comes to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, there's no bigger supporter of his than former NFL signal-caller and current ESPN analyst Dan Orlovsky. That was exemplified on this past Tuesdays edition of "Get Up," as Orlovsky expressed his belief that Wentz was the fifth-best quarterback in the league right now. That bold claim forced him into a heated debate with colleague Dominique Foxworth, who insisted that Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys is a better QB than Wentz. The...

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This Stat Proves the Cowboys Absolutely Fleeced the Raiders in the Amari Cooper Trade

Back during the midway point of the 2018 season, the Dallas Cowboys appeared to be destined for a top-10 selection in the following year's NFL Draft. The offense was good, but the defense couldn't stop anything. So, owner Jerry Jones opted to solve his defensive issues by...trading for wide receiver Amari Cooper. Jones has never shied away from adding a wideout to his team's arsenal, and he was so confident in Cooper's abilities that the team sent a 2019 first-round pick to the Oakland...

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4 Takes That Prove Dan Orlovsky is Becoming ESPN's Version of Colin Cowherd

Dan Orlovsky is quickly becoming one of ESPN's most prominent NFL voices. The former Detroit Lions quarterback is routinely featured on shows like "Get Up" and "First Take" to present his perspective on trending storylines and to debate topics. While Orlovsky's true value and intellect can be seen when breaking down film, his validity on the debate desk is suspect at best. The fact that he welcomes the contrarian role more than we'd like to admit suggests that he's quickly becoming the ESPN...

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Joe Judge Saying Giants Offense Will Look Like Cowboys Under Jason Garrett Should Make Fans Shudder

The New York Giants looked to finally have hope after the hiring of new head coach Joe Judge. The Giants' free agency was relatively solid, while their NFL Draft was one of the best in the league, giving the fanbase high confidence in 2020 and beyond. But if there was one move that had fans second guessing the new regime, it was the hire of former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett as their offensive coordinator. Those diehards can't be feeling much better, as Judge revealed during a...

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Dan Orlovsky is Back to Bury Dak Prescott in Favor of Carson Wentz With Weird Statistics

As soon as Dan Orlovsky was rumored to be being pursued by the Philadelphia Eagles as an assistant to head coach Doug Pederson, ESPN should have taken the initiative to remove its NFL analyst from debates that centered around the franchise. After all, his bias for Philly -- particularly his affinity for quarterback Carson Wentz -- has likely increased tenfold since that buzz first surfaced. Like clockwork, Orlovsky was back to preaching Wentz's gospel while simultaneously slandering Dallas...

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