Dak Prescott Wants The Bag: Seeking Highest QB Contract In History

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Dak Wants The Bag

Dak Prescott wants the bag and is seeking to be the highest-paid rock slinger in NFL history. No I don’t mean the drug, even though for his asking price he seems high as Astronaut pussy. He reportedly turned down a 5-year contract worth 175M big ones from the Cowboys which, later denied in a report by the Cowboys. For a guy who has only thrown for more than 4K yards or 30 TDs just once in a season, his asking price is a bit high to say the least. I think Jerry Jones will get him under contract at some point before the July 15th deadline. At that date he’ll have to sign the franchise tag which is reportedly a little more than $31 million if he wants to play this season.

Dak Prescott wants more than anyone in the history of history, so I wouldn’t be surprised if he refused to sign the tag. He is good but he isn’t the $40M plus contract he’s seeking good at his point. He still needs to develop more before he gets to reset the market. We saw him struggle in the previous season without a run game when Zeke Elliot went down with an injury. The Cowboys have also struggled in the playoffs with Dak at the helm, boasting a 1-2 record in playoff games. With a 40-24 record in 4 regular seasons, those playoff numbers suck point blank period.

What it boils down to…

“Dak Attack” will have to prove he can be clutch in the playoffs not just in the regular season. Signing the tag and winning a SuperBowl would force the Cowboy’s hand, while also letting other QBs like Patty Mahomes reset the market this offseason. This would allow for Dak to make even more money next offseason.

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