By Terence Watson
After his rookie season, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been noticeably regressing. Why hasn’t the team stepped up and fixed the problems?
We’ve all known after his sophomore season that quarterback Dak Prescott needed to work on his throwing mechanics to fix his accuracy problems. Yet it seems as though they have only gotten worse for him. The Dallas Cowboys didn’t really do him any favors hiring first-time quarterback coach Kellen Moore or giving him wide receivers that the rest of the league fear in the passing game.
During Prescott’s first season he was able to shred defenses and was being praised for how accurate he was throwing the ball down the field. The rookie passer averaged a nice stat line completing 67.8 percent of his passes, 229 yards per game and a quarterback rating of 104.9.
This season, Prescott has a below the league average completing only 61.8 percent of his passes, 192 yards per contest through the air with a lowly quarterback rating of 81.4. But has this coaching staff and front office set up the third-year passer to fail in...