Mike McCarthy Reveals If He’s Concerned About Dak Prescott

Dak Prescott’s battles against the Packers last Sunday started a small bunch of discussions about whether the Cattle rustlers ought to be worried about his capacity to lead the offense.

Ranchers lead trainer Mike McCarthy made an honest effort to close down that thought this Thursday.

In addition to the fact that McCarthy dismissed the possibility of him being worried about Prescott, he said the Genius Bowl quarterback’s greatest days are ahead.

“I see him consistently. I think his greatest days are ahead,” McCarthy said of Prescott. “I’m eager to work with him consistently and what he offers that might be of some value. He’s our quarterback. I get the assessment we need to go through, however, I have no worries for him.”

In four beginnings this season, Prescott has 856 passing yards, six scores, and four capture attempts.

The Ranchers needn’t bother with Prescott to be Patrick Mahomes or Josh Allen. They simply need him to deal with the football and make a couple of enormous plays in the passing game.

Prescott will get an opportunity to vindicate himself this Sunday against the Vikings. That game could turn out to be an NFC season finisher see.

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