Part of that process of moving forward from a premature season’s ending is analyzing each position and seeing where the team stands.
At the game’s most important position, quarterback, the Dallas Cowboys are in great shape with Dak Prescott.
The seven-year veteran signal caller is the unquestioned leader; in the locker room,
on and off the field, it’s Prescott who is the face of the franchise.
Looking back at the 2022 season, it wasn’t one of Prescott’s cleanest performances.
After being hurt with a fractured thumb in Week 1 and missing five games,
Prescott managed to start in 12 games on the year.
Unfortunately, that was enough for him to tie for lead the league in interceptions with 15.
That number is skewed because of the drops or miscommunications that resulted in an inflated interception total,
but Prescott did make several atypical poor decisions that were the biggest takeaway when looking at the position moving forward.