Cowboys’ Tight End Still Has Full Confidence In Dak Prescott

Being the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys is one of the best jobs that you can have in the NFL. There is always a lot of buzz around the Cowboys and it might even be too much for some players on that squad. Rookie quarterbacks usually have a tough time playing in the NFL as all from the media to opposing defenses will come after him.

That especially holds true for Dak Prescott as he is the leader of the America’s team. Two straight bad games can shake the confidence of a rookie signal caller, but some Cowboys’ players think Prescott won’t be affected by this.

Jason Witten is a sure-fire future Hall of Famer and a guy that is pretty good friend with Tony Romo. When a man like that talks good about Prescott, you know that the team believes in Dallas’ rookie.

“Dak’s answered the bell every step of the way, and I’m 100 percent confident he’ll do that on Sunday night,” Witten stated. “We all go through adversity and any time you lose, it’s easy for people on the outside to point plame at that position, but we all have to do better. You look at the offensive performance, we all understand that.”

Witten continued by saying: “He’s not a rookie anymore. A lot of that is for people at the barber shop to talk about. For him, he comes back to work, continues to try to get better, works hard, good communicating. He’s had really good two days of practice.”

Cowboys are hosting the Buccaneers on Sunday Night Football, and they need to respond after that loss to the Giants this past Sunday. It seems that Dak Prescott has the full support of his teammate Jason Witten going into this prime-time clash with Jameis Winston and his Bucs.