Ex-NFL All-Pro bluntly destroys Dak Prescott


Ex-NFL All-Pro bluntly destroys Dak Prescott
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Former two-time First-Team All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy didn't mince words when asked to describe Dak Prescott's Week 5 performance against the San Francisco 49ers. On Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys suffered an embarrassing 42-10 loss to the 49ers in San Francisco.

Prescott went just 14-of-24 for 153 yards and he also had one touchdown and three interceptions. The Cowboys had a very poor outing and Prescott was the one who received the most outcome for the demolition of the Cowboys. When asked to sum up Prescott's performance against the 49ers on FS1's "Speak", McCoy bluntly said: "Ass.

The truth is, he's not that good."

McCoy rips Prescott over his performance versus the 49ers

After the brutal loss to the 49ers, Prescott was straight honest and admitted that it was a very disappointing performance on his end.

Also, 30-year-old Prescott declared it "the most humbling loss" of his career. "Didn't see it coming. Put everything into it and got punched in the mouth. Called it a couple weeks ago humbling against Arizona, but this may be the most humbling I've ever been a part of.

Felt good about the preparation and felt good about everything, honestly, coming into this game, matchups, and they beat us in every aspect," Prescott said after the game. To no one's surprise, Prescott received major criticism for his performance and critics quickly jumped on to use that game as the argument on why they feel the Cowboys can never win a Super Bowl with Prescott as their quarterback.

But then, Prescott received some strong support from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. “I completely believe we have the quarterback that can take us where we want to go. Make no mistake about it, we have a quarterback that can get us there.

Dak Prescott is a quarterback that can get us to the Super Bowl. And that’s the way that’s going to be," Jones said on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas this week.

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