The Detroit Lions will be the opponent for the Dallas Cowboys in Week 7, and most importantly, Dak Prescott is back.
On Thursday, the signal-caller made it apparent that he would be making a comeback after an absence of more than a month.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott responded, “I’m starting on Sunday, and I’m not wearing a brace. may or may not use KT tape, but there are no restrictions on grip, etc.
Cooper Rush had been working hard, now it’s time for Dak once more. On September 11 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he was initially hurt, and soon after, he underwent thumb surgery.
Many predicted that the Cowboys would struggle without Prescott at the helm, but Rush kept things together, winning four straight games before Dallas was defeated by the NFL’s top-ranked Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Although head coach Mike McCarthy has not yet confirmed that Dak Prescott will start, Dak is optimistic that it will be the case. It could make sense to give him another week to relax as the Lions are a far from elite squad. Dak, meanwhile, is clearly just looking to go out there and have a good time.
America’s Team is now in good form with a score of 4-2. Returning their QB is certainly a huge advantage and ought to make a difference. But it’s reassuring to know that if he’s needed again, Rush will be more than able to come in and deliver.
Let’s simply continue to be well, Dak!
Dak Prescott’s two-word update on his injury-related Week 7 status was first published on ClutchPoints.