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Dak Presscott performance as the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback come under intense scrutiny. The first-half massacre tells it all. His overall completion percentage was an unimpressive 59.4%, and his two interceptions in the end zone are what cost the Cowboys the game.

Prescott was unable to get his team into the end zone, a feat which had become the norm for him during the regular season.  His only sole touchdown pass was on a short yardage play which seemed to be more luck than skill.

Dak Presscott seemed to become increasingly frustrated as the game went on, and his decision-making suffered for it. He was unable to use his feet to create opportunities, as he was largely running for his own safety throughout the game.

While the disappointment of this game is sure to linger, Will America’s favorite team ever reign high again?

Dak Prescott will be the forward leader Jerry Jones desires to have?