Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by DasSchnitzel, Jan 18, 2020.
Maybe same age as you, 13.
I proved to you that you go out of your way to find irrelevant and bogus stats to confirm your own bias. Do you know what confirmation bias is?
So, to you, ESPN QBR sucked last year but it's great this year? Do you agree Trubisky was a top 3 QB last year? Did you watch any Bears football? If you agree he wasn't that good, then you should be questioning the raw statistic you see from ESPN this year, right?
Breeze the choke artist. Aaron Rodgers media loverboy. No is disrespect to Prescott
Listen, you’re a habitual hater. It’s all you do. We see it every day every post. Dak’s going to be here for years to come so grow a pair and deal with it instead of sounding foolish all the time.
I can only imagine starting drives On our own40 yard line instead of the 15
When you want credit you have to score touchdowns in a must win game in Philly against an all Star scrub army.
When you want credit you have to score against good teams not just the Giants and Redskins all Star scrub army
Could you imagine if we had special teams. That actually accomplished something. Prescott is a winner
You don’t think going heads over heels to score a touchdown is enough credit. At some point the rest of the team needs to put their act together for you. Would it be nice if we started drive in our own 40 yard line instead of the 15
Very naive and uneducated post. It’s almost as if you’re saying Dak is responsible for coaching, the OL blocking, the WR’s running the correct routes, the WR’s catching the ball and the defense stopping the other team.
Maybe if inept Dak stopped throwing behind and high to our WR they could catch them balls?
I give him plenty of credit for the 3 losses where we scored 10 or less points and the "underachieving" defense surrendered 12, 13, and 17 points respectively
He does that when there wide open too lol
Last year - Dak can’t throw for 200 yards.
This year - Dak has garbage time stats.
This coming from people who always find a way to diminish any positive for Dak and highlight every negative.
Just consider the source. Dak finished 1 yard shy of Romo’s 2012 season. A season in which Romo racked up a ton of garbage time stats. I don’t recall the people complaining about garbage time stats that year, even from the Romo haters.
He also did it while making a whopping $2 million.
I endorse and support Dak Prescott!
The 40 mil magic man couldn't score once
Yeah same old same old, nothing is Dak's fault, how lame you are, those 8 wins were because of Dak we get it , wink wink, All those losses on the darn coaches, JJ fired those, HC and OC, LC, WRC ,and a QBC or 2 , WR's suck fired him too then gave up a first for AC because Dak couldn't carry the team, RB sucks because he can't get 150 yards a game, Inaccuracy on throws,( but but it was in 6 feet of the WR ) Dak is a average 8-8 kinda QB and you think he's top 5. Dak couldn't beat a team playing scrub street pick ups and scored only 9 points yeah that's top 5, please stop looking like a fool with your posts. Those zero playoff games Dak let the Cowboys to this year were great, thanks Dak for all your top 5 talent.
I appreciate anyone who can remain fluid with Dak. I dont think hes earned our unbridled support and he certainly hasnt earned the hate he gets here. People want to throw him away like franchise qbs grow on trees. He is at the least a solid qb. There is definitely an argument to he made against paying him huge money. Which is why I hope to tag him and make a decision next year. If we do sign him I will assume it is with MMs full support and I will be fine with that as well. If I am to truly believe in this coach I have to accept his ability to evaluate the position.
Answer the question
Do you, yes or no, agree with ESPN's 2018 QB rankings?
Our offense sucked in the red zone, and there is absolutely nothing to suggest he would have done better starting at the 40 rather than the 15.
Why is this such a big deal? So people would feel better if he was given more praise? Help me understand this.