If the Dak Prescott contract situation doesn’t work out, the Dallas Cowboys need solutions at the quarterback spot. Can these four quarterbacks answer?
Last week, we talked about how the Dallas Cowboys face a trilemma with quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys can either meet his contract demands, use the franchise tag or watch him ride out of Big D altogether.
This contract issue has been a hurdle for the ‘Boys since last season. With a franchise tag imminent, which would cost the organization around $33 million, the threat of Prescott holding out is on the table, This predicament adds a myriad of wrinkles to an already major obstacle.
So, who does America’s Team turn to? Backup quarterback Cooper Rush hasn’t taken any meaningful snaps. The 2020 squad, led by new head coach Mike McCarthy and his new army of staff, is looking to make a splash. You know, a Super Bowl splash.
If the owner and general manager, Jerry Jones, believed in Prescott the way he believed in Tony Romo, Prescott would have his money by now. But the top brass in Dallas is in pause mode.
Say what you want on the situation, but I applaud the Cowboys for striking prudence on the decision; one that will probably steer the team for the next decade.
With that said, if Prescott and the Cowboys can’t find a marriage proposal, the show must go on. Here are four worst-case scenario replacements for Dak Prescott at the quarterback position.
This will most likely not come to fruition. Maybe. Maybe not. Who knows? I don’t know. Do you?