Dak Prescott is easily one of the most polarizing quarterbacks in the National Football League. Now some hate him because well he plays for “America’s Team” some also like him for the same reason and also due to the fact that Dak Prescott is simply a winner. However, his detractors would claim that his wins would actually have more to do with Ezekiel Elliot, Amari Cooper and his star studded defense. Now I could write fifty articles debating all of this but I’m here to discuss something a bit more relevant to the news nowadays is Dak Prescott a franchise quarterback or is he going to be a franchise killer? Especially when he gets paid franchise quarterback money when he doesn’t deserve it, well according to skeptics anyways personally, I will take my chance on a winner but we will jump into that in a second as before I continue I have to ask what is the goal in the NFL as a whole think that for a second.
Alright did you think about it? Okay, so if your answer isn’t winning one I’m going to need to revoke your membership to watching or talking any sport whatsoever because you must be kidding me, 32 teams, 1696 players go out for the ultimate goal to win. So by curiosity why is it when it comes to winning people seem to think its better to lose and throw for 400 yards? Yes for those clever enough to realize on who I was talking about Aaron Rodgers I am one hundred percent talking about a quarterback who in my mind needs to prove why he is paid so god dang much because the
Okay, it sounds like this writer is just player hating well first of all no I’m actually not hating on Aaron Rodgers actually the rant in the paragraph above is more to the same people who disrespect someone who fits what it means to be a franchise quarterback, but again don’t take this as Aaron Rodgers Slander it’s not. Aaron Rodgers is a great talent but is he really a “Franchise Quarterback” well this is a easy one yes but it does truly depending by definition what is a franchise quarterback. But for a slight second allow me to give you a comparison Aaron Rodgers reminds me of a James Harden whilst Dak Prescott reminds me more of a Prime Rajon Rondo one will go out of his way to score 40 points, the other sacrifices his scoring to make his teammates better so he will only score 12 points and get 10 assists. Now I gave pretty accurate descriptions of both while being fair to both allow me to give you a description of a franchise quarterback if its the fourth quarter and there’s about 3 minutes left and your down about 5 points would you trust your quarterback to drive the ball 80 yards and score the touchdown. If I said do you trust lets use Aaron Rodgers or Tom Brady to go score you more than likely would say yes and you’d probably win the game.
But what if I asked you about Dak Prescott? Well, do you like some statistics Mr. Prescott has a total of 14