The Dallas Cowboys’ unexpected exit from the NFL playoffs has sparked discussions regarding the future of key figures within the organization, with a particular focus on Dak Prescott.
In her post-season discussions with team members on Monday, Jane Slater of the NFL Network had a conversation with one player who expressed concerns about Dak Prescott’s reaction when his initial read is not available.
Today, Jane Slater took to Twitter to address what she perceived as an unfair portrayal of her reporting by another media outlet.
Furthermore, Slater clarified the perception and appreciation of Dak Prescott within the Cowboys’ locker room in a subsequent tweet.
“Dak is incredibly supported in that locker room. By his own admission that wasn’t his best game Sunday. I want people to be fair and I apologize for not being more clear. I don’t want this narrative to take on a life of its own and it clearly has.”
Dak Prescott, who had one of his most impressive regular seasons this year, delivered an outstanding performance with 403 passing yards and three touchdowns. However, he also threw two costly interceptions in Sunday’s 48-32 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
It’s worth noting that the veteran quarterback is entering the final year of his current contract, adding an extra layer of intrigue to his future with the Dallas Cowboys.
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