Dak Prescott risking his life to support the Cowboys' offensive

His left elbow had a large bandage on it, and both arms had a few noticeable welts. 

Dak Prescott struggled to find words following the Dallas Cowboys' 28-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday as he spoke, gripping the lectern tightly.

Prescott was emotionally and physically exhausted, as he usually is following the weekly debates about his performance and the sort of quarterback he may become.

According to linebacker Micah Parsons, "Dak is a freaking warrior." "I thought to myself, 'That's Dak mother eff Prescott,' several times. 

I thought his game was excellent. I believe that he deserves more respect from the public. He was the best of everyone today.

Against the Eagles, Prescott completed 29 of 44 passes for a season-high 374 yards passing. 

 Three of his passes were touchdowns. In addition, he gained 14 yards from six runs and 41 yards from five sacks. 

It was his most passing yardage in a game since Thanksgiving Day, 2021, when he had 375 yards.

After ten games with at least 350 passing yards and three touchdowns, he became the first quarterback in Cowboys history.

It was his first time losing a game like that, but it was the seventh time he had passed for more than 300 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions.

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