It’s no secret that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has struggled of late.
After yet another awful performance on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, he became just the fifth quarterback in NFL history with less than 200 passing yards while attempting 25-plus passes in five consecutive games.
That’s a stark illustration of his inability to get the ball consistently to his playmakers.
Now here’s another one that might just make you shudder.
Dak Prescott over his last 13 games:
2,396 Pass Yds
10 Pass TD
Brock Osweiler over his last 13 games:
2,326 Pass Yards
11 Pass TD
12 INT pic.twitter.com/UMTsK4r37a
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 25, 2018
We hope you were sitting down for that, Cowboys fans. Because that’s just about as nasty as it gets.
Brock Osweiler’s name is synonymous with awful. Yet Prescott has pretty much the same output as the former Houston Texans bust of a free agent.
The Cowboys are a mess right now. Offensive coordinator Scott Linehan continues to treat Prescott like he’s the second coming of Tony Romo, and what’s worse is that he’s neglected to make Ezekiel Elliott the focal point of Dallas’ offense.
The results speak for themselves.