Super Bowl Reason No. 2: Dak Prescott Reaches Ceiling, Cowboys Steamroll Opponents
Micah Parsons is still growing into his ceiling, but Dak Prescott is on the precipice of breaking through his. He had unfortunate injury luck, and all-time bad interception luck in 2022, so expect to see a bounce-back performance with Prescott primed to remain healthy for a 17-game slate.
The Mississippi State product will be working with a new offensive coordinator, as Kellen Moore and the Cowboys mutually parted ways this offseason. This move is undoubtedly a loss for the franchise, but perhaps a fresh voice in the room can unlock Prescott’s final stage of development.
The star signal-caller will have no shortage of weapons at his disposal, as his trio of wide receivers holds up against any pass-catching corps on Sundays; Lamb, Cooks, and Gallup should all eclipse the 1,000-yard mark if things go as expected. Dak will lead the league in passing yards and have Dallas clicking as the regular season closes.