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#4 Dak Prescott, QB - 10-21 Injured Reserve: Ankle Expected back 2021 NFL Season
Dallas Cowboys
Height 6' 2"
Weight 235 lbs
Age 27
Birthdate July 29th 1993
College Mississippi State
Year 2016
Round 4   Pick 37
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The Cowboys' occasional inability to pound the rock effectively with Ezekiel Elliott was one reason why the team leaned heavily on Prescott at times during the 2019 season. An improved Prescott delivered, finishing sixth or better in all the major passing statistical categories, compiling new career highs in attempts (sixth in the NFL), completions, touchdown strikes (1.9 per game) and passing yards (306.4 per game). He came within two yards of shattering Tony Romo's franchise record of 4,903 passing yards set in 2012. After Prescott finished as the fantasy QB11 for two straight seasons (2017 and 2018), he punched out of 2019 as the fantasy QB2 in most scoring systems. An instinctive red-zone scrambler, the mobile Prescott has rushed for at least 277 yards and three scores in each of his four NFL seasons, and Prescott's 21 rushing scores during that stretch leads all quarterbacks. New head coach and offensive guru Mike McCarthy has elected to keep the current playbook and let Kellen Moore call the plays again, but McCarthy, credited for developing Aaron Rodgers, will be involved with the offense. Prescott's rock-solid supporting cast includes a top-shelf offensive line, Elliott, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, rookie No. 17 overall selection CeeDee Lamb and the promising Blake Jarwin. Prescott has never finished lower than fantasy QB11 and has never missed a regular-season start since he entered the league in 2016. While some regression in his passing production seems likely, Prescott is still a top-shelf fantasy selection and should pick up right where he left off in 2019.

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- 10-21 Injured Reserve: Ankle Expected back 2021 NFL Season
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