Dak Prescott has had shoulder surgery off-season, but Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy doesn’t see it as anything to worry about.
Prescott underwent surgery during the off-season to clean up his left shoulder. Given that this is his non-throwing arm, it’s no wonder Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy isn’t overly concerned about it. As long as Prescott can take part in most of the team’s off-season activities, the Cowboys should be in good shape for training camp. This is a big year for Team USA.
Chances are it’s 2022 NFL the season could be a defining one in Prescott’s professional career.
Dallas Cowboys: Mike McCarthy Doesn’t Care About Dak Prescott’s Surgery
The fact that McCarthy doesn’t seem to worry about Prescott missing out on time is key here. Simply put, if the Cowboys don’t win big this season, it will be McCarthy’s last coaching session on the team. Not only do the Cowboys have two potential candidates for promotion from within Kellen Moore and Dan Quinn, but Sean Payton could return to the NFC after the off-season.
As long as Prescott is healthy, Dallas will be good enough to win the NFC East again and potentially multiple playoffs. More than a quarter of a century has passed since the Cowboys last played in a conference title match. With a bit of NFC throughput, the Cowboys have to take advantage of where they are in their competitive lifecycle. They have to win big this year.
Prescott may have had minor surgery, but he still had to carry the Cowboys to the promised land.
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