Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by NextGenBoys, Jul 12, 2017.
Ugh come on people.....Waaaaay too early yet to say that
Ever hear of a guy called Tom Brady?
You won't concede the number 1 spot to it sound like you claim is Rodgers. So I also you assume than that makes Dak #2. So than I also assume that means that you think Dak is better than Tom Brady??? Please tell me I completely misunderstood you.
We aren't talking about history, we aren't talking about past accomplishments. This is anout who is expected to have a better season when it comes to productivity and winning.
Yes, I am saying that, right here, right now, Dak Prescott is a better quarterback than Tom Brady. Give them both the same exact circumstances, same team, same coach, same opponent, and Dak will perform better than Brady.
They are cut from the same cloth when it comes to intangibles but Prescott is more physical and can do things, will do things that Brady has never done.
So your saying if you give Brady our O line, Elliot, Jason Whitten, Dez Bryant and all our other WR that Brady would NOT have a better year than Dak??? Come on , you can't be serious. Brady will break every single passing record there is with this offense. Im just going by what you said. Forget the coaches, forget that. Brady will have the greatest season a QB has ever had with our offense.
On pure passing ability ONLY there is no def coordinator losing sleep over Prescott picking apart defenses. He is not that type of QB.
Last year yes, overall, TBD. He needs to prove it more than once, but I think he will.
Yea I agree. Lets not go overboard. I love Dak. I think he's going to be a great QB but he's not an all time great yet. Besides don't really care if he's elite or a top 5 QB as long as he is successful and we win SBs. That's the main thing. That's where his legacy lies.
No he doesn't. The Dallas offense is built differently than other NFL teams. He needs to beat the other team, not the other QB!
Good lord dude, you cant be serious
And btw, Im thrilled about Dak. We are blessed.
But this is just silly
They would break all NFL scoring records...and it wouldn't be close.
Passing diff is the key to winning. If the other QB is having an off day then he just needs to be better. He needs to be better even if the other QB is having a career day. So in essence we are saying the same thing just in a different way and for different reasons.
Getting in a passing shootout with Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady is a mistake; no matter who you are. It has a high probability of coming up on the short end of the scoreboard.
Could they win....... yeah but it isn't the smart way to beat those teams. Keeping the ball away from those two QBs is.
Well, you don't have a choice. Yes, it is difficult to beat their passing game but that is the goal of every game we play....win the passing diff.
Ahh, you want to go back to the Garrett/Romo years???? Consistant pass heavy offense and inconsistant team performance.
How did we win in 2014 and 2016?
Hint: The reason wasn't because we passed better than the other team even when we ended up passing better than the other team by the end of the game.
We still don't have a defense to support passing shootouts on any kind of a consistant basis. Maybe we will in coming years.
I'm going under the assumption that you consider pass differential as more yards per game since I've never heard of a stat labeled "Pass Differential" with no other label such as yards, ypa, big play, etc.
Between the ears, Top 5 for sure.
Don't blame Romo. Once they established an oline and run game, he was preposterously lights out in 2014.
Only a few players in NFL history have led the league in QB rating in both the regular season and playoffs (in the same season) like he did that year.
All while Murray was running wild.
I'm sure he would've loved to have had that for his whole career.
Dak is looking forward to quite possibly having that his first 5-6 years in the league.
then again, Linehan was the OC in 2014 and now.
Yeah, I know........ when the Cowboys won for the last 10 years it was because of Romo; whenever they lost it suddenly becomes a team game blah, blah, blah.
He has the most 4th quarter comebacks in the history of the NFL, blah, blah, blah (Ssshh - Just don't look at the opposing teams W-L records for the year those comeback victories occurred because you might look at those victories in a new light!) I don't like Aikman as an announcer with his over the top anti-homerism but he said it best; You had to get behind to have so many 4th quarter comebacks so you probably didn't play very well early on in the game.
But Romo was a very good QB especially considering where he came from. For me; I've moved on. It is amazing how some here continue to keep his name on the leaderboard when he no longer even plays for the team. I can understand occasional mentions but let's be real. There have even been threads started about Dak with the sole intention of introducing Romo's accomplishments to then drool over. But this place is called Romo Zone in other parts for a reason.
I AM a fan of Dak , btw
The point was once we got the oline clicking and a run game, the team did run the ball.