Cowboys Make Decision On Dak Prescott For Preseason Finale

Dak Prescott won't take the field for the Cowboys' preseason finale against the Seahawks on Friday, per Dallas beat essayist Clarence Hill Jr.

The Cowboys' beginning quarterback has not scored any in-game activity this preseason regardless of being completely solid.

Prescott didn't play in the preseason last year as he kept on recuperating from an overwhelming leg injury he endured during the 2020 season.

This year, his nonattendance from preseason activity probably originates from his veteran status and a craving to keep him solid in front of the 2022 mission.

While Prescott hasn't scored any in-game activity this preseason, he has dazzled during instructional course rehearses.

Ranchers VP Stephen Jones says this year is the "best camp" he's always seen out of the previous fourth-round draft pick.

After not getting ready for any preseason activity in 2021, Prescott took the field and conveyed a 403-yard, three-score execution against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1.

This year, Dak and the Cowboys will open up their 2022 season with one more Week 1 matchup against the Bucs.

Reinforcements Cooper Rush and Ben DiNucci have taken most of in-game preseason snaps this year.

Harmed reinforcement Will Grier got back to rehearse in a restricted limit tonight.