Bench Dak?

The media has begun the controversy that was expected after the Cowboys winning streak ended. Romo, Romo, Romo, where art thou Romo? Well, we do not need to hit the panic button right now. Dallas was playing with fire for a few weeks and were on the winning end of several close games. Since the Bengals matchup earlier in the year, Dallas has had to persevere game in and game out. At the helm leading the offense the whole time has been Dak Prescott. Now, against the Giants something is off. He could be facing his career kryptonite… He could also just be learning as a rookie (which sounds more reasonable). Prescott has made some big mistakes, and what Dallas needs to do with him is re-simplify the game. By force feeding Dez, Dallas will find there offense in trouble. Utilizing Cole Beasley, Jason Witten, and Ezekiel is what will get the offense rolling. Now the play call to get Dez the ball could be enhanced as well. Using his body for slants, and short passes could make him more effective. Overall though, there is no reason to bench a 11-2 QB. Yes he’s a rookie, and he will have growing pains. But currently we need to get more of a sample size to see regression or progression. This guy has 20 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He’s completed a high percentage of his passes, and has a very reasonable QB Rating. Also, if you do not want stats then check his win loss record. He’s winning, the team is responding to him, and nobody is acting up.