Dak Prescott is off to a hot start in his rookie year, and broke an NFL rookie record in the process.
The former Mississippi State quarterback has attempted 131 passes this season all without interception, which is the most by a rookie with an interception in NFL history.
Dak Prescott: 131 pass attempts without an interception.
The most pass attempts by a rookie without an INT in NFL history. pic.twitter.com/e7qSHaAGx9
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) October 3, 2016
Prescott has seamlessly filled in for the injured Tony Romo, while collecting 1,012 passing yards, three touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns.
All of which has resulted in a 3-1 record for the Dallas Cowboys.
It was reported on Sunday that Romo is looking at a Week 8 return, but will the Cowboys stick with Prescott?
That waits to be seen, but for now, it’s all Dak Prescott in Dallas.