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The Cowboys have officially placed QB Dak Prescott on injured reserve Monday.
As expected, Prescott was placed on injured reserve Monday. LB Leighton Van Esch was activated to the 53-man roster in a corresponding move. Prescott continues to rehab from ankle surgery and has a 4-to-6-month recovery timeline. The 27-year-old QB is expected join the Cowboys for offseason workouts in early May. Prescott played under the franchise tag in 2020 and will work with Dallas towards a long-term extension during the offseason.
QB Dak Prescott's surgery on for a right ankle compound fracture and dislocation was successful. He is expected to miss the rest of the 2020 season.
Prescott was carted off the field during Sunday’s Week 5 game against the Giants with a right ankle compound fracture. He underwent successful surgery on Sunday and is expected to miss the rest of the 2020 season. The 27-year-old QB finishes the year with 1,690 yards passing along with a 9:3 TD:INT ratio over five games. Prescott signed the franchise tag during the offseason and currently doesn't have a deal beyond 2020. The Cowboys will move forward with Andy Dalton as the team's starting QB. Fantasy managers should look to add Dalton in all league formats.
QB Dak Prescott suffered a compound right ankle fracture in Sunday’s Week 5 contest against the Giants. He is undergoing surgery Sunday night.
Prescott was carted off the field during Sunday's game against the Giants with a serious right ankle injury. He will undergo surgery Sunday to correct the issue. There is no timetable for his return, but Dak reportedly is out for the season. Andy Dalton will be the Cowboys' starting QB with Prescott out.
QB Dak Prescott was carted off the field during Sunday’s Week 5 game against the Giants with a dislocated ankle. He is being taken to the hospital for further evaluation.
Prescott left on a cart with an air cast in his right leg. The reaction from both sidelines reflects the severity of his injury. An update will be provided as soon as more information comes in. He was 14-for-21 passing with 166 yards and one interception. Prescott also hauled in an 11-yard touchdown reception. Andy Dalton replaced Dak in the game.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott completed 41 of his 58 pass attempts for 502 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in Sunday's loss to the Cleveland Browns. He added 12 yards on the ground.
Not only is the Dallas offense one of the better offenses in the NFL, but their defense might just be among the worst. Prescott has attempted 47, 57, and 58 passes in the last three weeks, throwing for 1,424 yards during that span. He should have similar success against the Giants next week, but he may not need to throw the ball 50+ times to beat a bad New York Giants team at home.