Dak Prescott doesn’t make mistakes.
He’s incapable of human flaws. It’s a fact of nature for him. The former Mississippi State quarterback can walk on water, see behind a brick wall and sleep on fire.
OK, maybe he’s not that good. But as reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals think the rookie Dallas Cowboys signal-caller has thrown exactly zero bad passes in 131 attempts this season.
What else would you expect from Perfect Prescott?
After studying each of Dak Prescott's 131 NFL pass attempts, Bengals do not believe the Cowboys' QB has thrown a single bad pass this season
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 9, 2016
Prescott has completed 89 passes for 1,012 yards with 3 touchdowns and no interceptions in Dallas’ 3-1 start. The Bengals will try to bring him back down to Earth when they play the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.
Good luck with that.