Dallas Cowboys: Dak Prescott
Just one year after suffering a brutal injury, Dak Prescott was back to form for the Dallas Cowboys.
It was great to see him out there playing well again in 2021, and the Cowboys were a vastly improved team overall this past season than the ones we have seen in recent years.
You could say that before this past season, they were just the “allas Cowboys” because there was no “D” to be found in Jerry’s World.
Dan Quinn helped transform that unit along with defensive rookie of the year Micah Parsons.
With a strong defense behind him, Prescott helped lead the Cowboys back into the playoffs where they were a disappointing first-round exit.
The Cowboys somehow managed to keep both Kellen Moore and Dan Quinn around, both considered top head-coaching candidates, and that continuity could pay huge dividends for the long-term career of Prescott.
With questions about Amari Cooper popping up in the 2022 offseason, how different will Prescott’s weapons look next season?
Right now, that’s tough to say, but he should continue to cement himself as one of the top passers in all of football as long as he stays healthy.