So I was watching a re-run of Undisputed (Friday) and Skip Bayless brought two things to my attention that I wasn't aware of. 1) Dak Prescott, since becoming the starting QB of the Dallas Cowboys which has now spanned 3 years, has led more 4th quarter game winning drives than any other QB in the league during that span. 2) Dak Prescott, over the first three seasons of his career, has the highest completion rate of any QB in NFL "HISTORY". Let that sink in. Now I cringe like the rest of you when he misses some easy open receivers which could and should go for long gains; but stats don't lie. When he's called upon to lead this team to victory in a close game he always seems to answer the bell. The dude flat out balls. Dak's a keeper and when he finally solves his mechanics issues on those mid to deep balls, he's going to get the respect he deserves and start climbing the ladder on how the NFL views its QB hierarchy. As an aside, our defense is finally performing like we've been hoping for, for over a decade now. Add in the #1 rusher in the league. The sky's the limit. Damn it feels good to be relevant again!