Dak Prescott continues to dazzle.
The former Mississippi State quarterback has set Dallas Cowboys records for the most passing yards and touchdowns for a rookie. He entered a game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday with 1,773 yards passing with nine touchdowns and two interceptions. As of play early in the third quarter Sunday, Prescott had completed 15 of 19 passes for 184 yards with two touchdowns.
Troy Aikman closed the 1989 season with 1,749 yards passing and nine touchdowns.
Prescott, a fourth-round pick in the most recent NFL Draft, has been a hot topic all season during his rise. Earlier in the day, ESPN showcased a feature about his upbringing.
Cowboys fans should be thankful Prescott dropped from the heavens for them.
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