He's actually pretty close to 15. At that point, it's splitting hairs to decide who's better.I've been watching the cowboys for 36 years and know enough to see Dak is not a top 15 QB in this league.
I have tried to be supportive of him because he is the QB of the Cowboys and if he doesn't work it will put this team back another five years.
Just flinging out snide comments won't hide the obvious fact that we have a QB who at best will be mediocre.
I expect more from this team than medioce.
Don't see it that way. NFL fans are typically QB obsessed. W/ all teams, not just us. If something goes wrong, they blame the guy they see, the one that is most overt. They blamed Dandy when our D was pretty much a hole and our OL was awful. They blamed David Carr in Houston even after he set the sack record w/ like 78. And obversely, Eli got the credit even though Tuck and the Dline held one of the most prolific O's of all time to a paltry 14 pts.Typically its the opposite.
Yes. His game plan was based on extending the play until someone broke open. His D reading came on slowly and became pretty decent around 09, when he became less of a gun slinger and more of a QB.Really? Terrible?
He started in 2005 and had a QB rating of 95.1, followed by 97, 91, 97, 94, 102, 90, 96, 113.
Sure it is.I agree that casual fans will blame the QB. That's not what you said though.
You obviously didn't watch the game sober. I get that you want to get rid of Prescott. But you're way off on the O line. It's actually strange you don't think it was a trainwreck.How on earth are we going to sign a QB after trading away our no1 pick. I look forward to your suggestion.Perhaps we can trade away the 20 and 21st round picks to move up the draft or blow our hard earned cap savings on a journeyman, because i can't see a QB worth anything being available in FA.
Dak as has been quoted on this forum has had over 3 secs on average to pass this season, more than enough time in the NFL to read a defence and make a decision. He missed at least four throws against the Commanders with relatively clean pockets. The OL didn't play great on sunday but they were not the road crash you make them out to be. If we had a passing game of any consistancy the opportunities to run the ball would consurmately increase. Defenses just don't fear Dak, players are openly stating this. Smoot said the same thing before the game on Sunday, even going back to Denver last year the gameplan to beat was being openly stated. Teams are formulating a game plan to take zeke out and let Prescott beat them. Dak dithers in the pocket and protection breaks down. Well before the OL blame game it was the WRs not getting separation that was the problem -now he has a No1 so lets see how that works.
You state it is a team problem and to a certain extent this true, but without a QB who can read defenses and make throws the whole Offence becomes predictable, pedestrian and in a NFL that has become a pass dominated league pointless.