Dak Prescott contract: Cowboys QB price tag isn’t changing week-to-week, Jerry Jones says

Dak Prescott is in a contract year, but his performance — whether hot or cold — won’t affect his price tag, Jerry Jones said.

The fourth-year quarterback is in the final year of his rookie deal and exceeded expectations to start the season. Prescott led the Cowboys to a 3-0 record out of the gate with a league-best 74.5% completion rate (at the time) to go with 920 yards and nine touchdowns with just two interceptions. 

The Cowboys have since lost its last two matchups, but talk about his potential new contract being affected is “laughable,” the longtime owner said.

“Well, first of all, the narrative about his financial as opposed to how he’s playing is laughable. It’s just not that way,” Jones said on his weekly radio show on 105.3 “The Fan”. “It’s too much on both ends of that for both ends of the team and for Dak to equate his performance, stats, or won-loss these first two or three games.”

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