Cowboys’ owner reveals Dak Prescott’s chances to start in Week 7 vs. Lions
It looks like Dak Prescott’s comeback is near. Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, spoke about the quarterback’s chances of starting in their week seven game against the Detroit Lions with a serious statement.
Dak Prescott injured It was one of the worst ways to start the season in Cowboys. It looks like his comeback is close, but now Jerry Jonesthe team owner, revealed the quarterback’s chances to play against Detroit Lions in Seventh week subordinate 2022 NFL Campaign.
It was a big surprise to everyone how Cowboys They started their season. Fans had high expectations for Dak Prescott, but unfortunately He was injured in the first week match against the pirates He underwent surgery to recover quickly.
After a good run of Cooper RushPrescott’s reserve quarterback, looks like his era is over. Currently, Dakota Could be back for week 7, but Jerry Jones He talked about his situation in the Lions match with a serious statement.
Jerry Jones gets real chances for Dak Prescott to play against lions
Cowboy Dak Prescott lost In Week 1 due to a hand injury and it looked like their season was over. Luckily, Cooper Rush He did really well and got 4-1 record during the absence of his teammate.
despite of Cooper Rush He covered the quarterback’s inaugural assignment in the best possible way, and is set to return to his job to support Function. according to Jerry JonesAnd the Dak Prescott is fit to play against lions in the seventh week.
“Let’s just say this, he’s determined to (start against the lions),” Jones said Tuesday morning at Shan & RJ on Audacy’s 105.3 The Fan (Dallas). “In my view, from what I can know and see, I think he will get there. We feel it physically, he’s in a situation that the risk/reward justifies him being there, In terms of recurrence. Put it aside, we don’t have that to think about. So, it’s a matter of his willingness.”
In the sixth week, Dak Prescott had a throwing session before his team lost to Philadelphia. according to Mike McCarthyThe midfielder is expected to be medically scanned by Wednesday In order to start next Sunday against the Lions.