The Dallas Cowboys will be poised to get back to the playoffs and make a deeper run in 2022 after a disappointing exit at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers. While they are coming off a solid season where Dak Prescott played well, he's set to be even healthier this year and that should play a big part in him being more of a threat with his legs.

With that in mind, Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy made it clear they will run a lot more plays where Dak can use his speed to get yardage.

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Mike McCarthy said the Cowboys will put in more quarterback runs and quarterback movement plays in 2022 after being limited in 2021 with Dak Prescott coming off fractured ankle. He is quicker, more comfortable and moving better in the offseason compared to last year.

Prescott only rushed for 146 yards on 48 carries in 202,  his lowest total in a full season since coming into the NFL, not including 2020 where he only played five games before his brutal injury.

The Cowboys signal-caller ran for 357 yards in 2017 and does have the ability to get it done on the ground. It was just a matter of being healthy enough. Now, he's finally a dual-threat QB again, which is only going to help Dallas' offense even more. With two top-tier running backs in Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard as well, their run game should be very good.