Despite producing one of the greatest rookie quarterback seasons in NFL history, Cowboys QB Dak Prescott believes he can be significantly better in year two than he was in year one.
“I mean, one hundred percent better honestly,” Prescott said. “In every aspect of my game there is room for improvement.”
And while he is focused on that improvement on the field, off-the-field – specifically in the weight room – Prescott is already showing big signs of increased ability. Prescott tested better in both his speed and strength in the Cowboys offseason workout program.
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“He’s someone who values preparation and someone who is always taking advantage of opportunities,” said Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett. “He worked very hard this offseason around this building.”
Prescott will try to show some of that growth after his NFL rookie of the year season when the Cowboys begin the 2017 regular season against the New York Giants September 10th on NBC.