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News: BR: Report: Dak Prescott's Cowboys Future Questioned Without Team-Friendly Contract

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Reality, Jul 15, 2020.

  1. NotForLong

    NotForLong Well-Known Member

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    But . . . but . . . Zeke is good. . . . Dak is MEH
     
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  2. darthseinfeld

    darthseinfeld Drunk on Dalton Juice

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    Could be dicey if the price climbs too much. Watson could reset the market again before we can negotiate.

    Im gonna try to put it out of my head until the season is over though.
     
  3. NotForLong

    NotForLong Well-Known Member

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    But the future looks bright.

    I am not trolling. I truly believe it.

    I feel Dak is limited. I have yet to see him improve in those weaknesses. So at this point I feel he is who he is. That just happens to be a dime a dozen.

    If you rank a QB as top 10 then in reality you could drop him down to 20. At that point its about preference

    He is replaceable. The Cowboys are working miracles with the Contracts. We have a ton of talent and only lost Byron over the last couple of years. We are in good shape.

    Now there's a new phenomena of talented vetrens becoming available at reasonable prices. Because the NFL is playing a spread it out Shotgun Offense. This offense will allow a QB worth his weight in salt to succeed.

    The Future is bright
     
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  4. aria

    aria Well-Known Member

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    Just because he’s good doesn’t mean it was worth paying a RB that much money, especially caving when he had two years left on his contract. About the only guy I agree with paying that much is McCaffrey because he is responsible fore so many all purpose yards and is a RB and receever all in one, he is truly unique.

    I’ll scoff at the Giants when and/if they pay Barkley as well. Henry got a contract today not as much as zeke and he’ll be more than adequate to win games with, he was also a 2nd round pick not 4th overall.

    People bring up zeke’s total yards all the time, Dak has a lot of pretty stats two. Dak hasn’t done well against most better teems, neither has zeke. Dak allegedly only benefits because he has a great O line and receevers, so does zeke.
     
  5. ElGatoGrande

    ElGatoGrande EGG

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    This works out best for Dallas IMO, it gives the new head coach an opportunity to work with Dak and see if he believes Dak is "the guy". If not then then Dalton is available to sign an appropriately sized contract.

    Unfortunately this will become yet another mediot topic that will make watching sports news unbearable this year. This might be the year the NFL jumps the shark.
     
  6. kumizi

    kumizi Well-Known Member

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    I dont even know how to feel.

    I dont think the Cowboys will ever come close to a Super Bowl with Dak getting paid elite QB money. But I dont have the energy to start with some unknown rookie QB. We're ****ed either way.
     
  7. NotForLong

    NotForLong Well-Known Member

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    Zeke will be fine once Dalton becomes QB and starts throwing darts all over the field. I pity the safety of opposing defenses

    Zeke is gonna feast playing with Dalton. It will be like the fountain of youth.

    You are gonna be pleasantly surprise
     
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  8. aria

    aria Well-Known Member

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    Lol, ok, put the pipe down.
     
  9. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    Then why didnt he have that approach with Lawrence, Cooper, Zeke?
     
  10. CowboyRoy

    CowboyRoy Well-Known Member

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    It definitely does. You dont offer a guy 5 years for 35 million if you dont want him or think he is the building block. Dak wanted less years which is less of a commitment. That completely disproves it.
     
  11. PJTHEDOORS

    PJTHEDOORS Well-Known Member

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    Go Dak.
     
  12. NotForLong

    NotForLong Well-Known Member

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    Ok we will see. This team is loaded. All it ever needed was a QB. . . not a try hard
     
  13. cern

    cern Well-Known Member

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  14. 12+88=7

    12+88=7 Well-Known Member

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    I have been saying this for too long now. You needed to look at the actions of individuals and not the words.

    Dallas never believed Prescott was a franchise QB. If they had believed that, they would have signed him to a long term deal last year, before Elliott and Cooper. That's when their action revealed themselves.

    The last year you kept hearing how Prescott was the guy and so many other lies, but a deal didn't happen. Now finally after the deadline comes and nothing. That inaction was the final word and spoke the loudest.

    The team will now use the next year to start the search for the QB of the future. And if they have to the team can tag Prescott in 2021 giving them two years in that search. A lot can happen in a year or two.
     
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