By Adithya Prabakaran
Wednesday’s news cycle was dominated by the Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott and the NFL commissioner. After his six-game suspension in 2017, any future incident involving Elliott and law enforcement was going to be looked at under a bigger microscope. Tuesday brought him in front of the league and a public apology. Wednesday brought a statement by the league they will not be punishing the star running back.
With the Cowboys not missing an important playmaker for the beginning of the season, the optimism for 2019 continues. In other news, discussions on Dak Prescott’s looming contract extension continue to be relevant, his fantasy value is being underappreciated and the defense is getting it’s recognition.
The Ringer’s Danny Heifetz goes deep on the Dallas Cowboys most polarizing player, Dak Prescott, and his looming contract extension. With a top of the market deal on the horizon, a new standard must be in place. It’s Super Bowl or bust.
Heifetz splits Prescott’s career into three parts, two of which Dak believers cling to as proof he is a franchise quarterback and Romo’s worthy successor. Dak haters however, will point to his worst stretch of football and insist that he’s capable of nothing more than an average, replaceable bus...