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Plaxico Burress: Cowboys will never win with Dak Prescott

Why are they always doing Dak like this?

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The Dallas Cowboys appear set to be rolling with Dak Prescott as their quarterback for the foreseeable future, as he still has term left on his remaining contract combined with the fact that team owner and general manger Jerry Jones has spoken openly about extending him. 

Of course, it hasn't been since the internet was a regular thing in the average citizen's life that the Cowboys have last tasted championship glory, and Jones has also talked openly about his fear that he may not be around for whenever they do in fact win again given the fact that he's north of 80 years of age.

But in one particular Super Bowl champion's mind, Prescott is not the right man to lead the Cowboys back to the promised land for the first time in nearly three decades.

Plaxico Burress, who helped the New York Giants shock the world by beating the previously undefeated New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII, said that the Cowboys will not win a title with Prescott as their quarterback, and that he's already peaked in his NFL career. 

“You put him on. He’s still Dak Prescott. Yes, because he’s on the Cowboys. But I believe he’s reached his ceiling as a quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys. They can win. But they can’t win a championship with him,” Burress said while appearing on “The Carton Show”. 

Prescott has racked up a 61-36 regular season record, but has drawn understandable criticism and scrutiny for his pedestrian 2-4 playoff record. 

Last season against the San Francisco 49ers in what would prove to be their 2nd straight postseason loss to them, Prescott's turnover woes returned, leading to even louder voices wondering on whether or not he's truly the quarterback that will bring a Super Bowl win back to Dallas.

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