When the Dallas Cowboys hired Kellen Moore there was some concern about how he would do in the meeting rooms but quarterback Dak Prescott has been impressed just what command he already has.

Everyone knows how smart Moore is but he hasn’t ever really been in a leadership role in coaching and he is only 30 years old so the concern was real.

“He’s shown so much command,” Prescott said via the Star- Telegram. “And maybe a guy like that maybe that’s what people question is his command. He played backup quarterback most of his career. Does he have that? Can he take over the room? And he most definitely can. He gets in front of the whole offense. He gets in front of the team, whatever it may be. He demands respect. He demands respect by his knowledge. He demands respect by what he asks of us.”

A big change for Moore from previous guys in the role that Prescott has dealt with is the way he wants to have the players input. Not only does Moore want to know what the players want, he puts them into the offense.

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“I think I already read a quote by what Zeke said about him. He said he wants to know what we think. He wants to know what we want to do, and he wants to incorporate it into his plan. When you have a guy like that asking a player first how can I help, how can I make this situation better, this game better, you’re going to have a lot of success. And I’m so excited for this year and what we all can do.”

All the offseason talk is great and it’s good that everyone is feeling good but they need to relate this to wins on the field.

All this offseason talk means nothing if the Cowboys offense isn’t better this year and the team doesn’t win more games.