Dak Prescott has been part of some good Dallas Cowboys teams. The 2016 team, in particular, went 13-3 and had the best record in the NFC.
However, Dak believes this year’s offense is the most talented one he’s had since he’s been in the league.
“I definitely do,” Prescott said, per USA Today’s Jori Epstein. “I’d say this is probably the most talented offense I’ve been on. You can say that by just looking at the paper—then when you’re going out and making those throws starting off with me feeling the best I’ve ever felt is a big point. Making some of these throws, watching guys on the back end of it catch these balls and compete on deep balls or where it’s contested. It’s just great to see. Then you come in and have a great running back who’s shown a lot of greatness here early and a lot of flashes. Knowing he’s going to be your feature back [and] MVP candidate every year.
“Definitely the most talented.”
Prescott’s high praise for Elliott is well-deserved. He led the entire NFL in rushing yards and carries in two of his three seasons as a pro. He also led the team in yards per game in all three seasons. He was also a serviceable option on the receiving end, with his 2018 campaign seeing his catching numbers double.
Aside from Elliott, who is sure to be with the team after having his contract extension all sorted out, Prescott will also have promising rookie Tony Pollard in the backfield. Meanwhile, veterans Randall Cobb and Jason Witten will add some experience as pass-catchers along with star wideout Amari Cooper. And of course, the Cowboys O-line remains one of, if not the best in the entire league.
All that’s left is for Dak to lead that talented group back to the postseason, and potentially, the Super Bowl.