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Dak Prescott ‘Excited’ By Dallas Cowboys’ New Direction

Quarterback Dak Prescott took some much-needed space from the NFL, and returned to a shaken up Dallas Cowboys. 

Dak Prescott had an interception-laden end to the 2022 season as the Cowboys fell short once again. It has now been 27 seasons since the Cowboys have made the NFC Championship Game.

Head coach Mike McCarthy will call plays next season and Brian Schottenheimer has taken over as offensive coordinator. As well as that, Ezekiel Elliott has departed for free agency.


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“The end of the season was tough, for sure,” Dak Prescott said. 

“And I took a break off at the end of the season … just everything that you put into a season, and then obviously it turned out the way it did. It was a different season for me personally, so yeah, took the time off but then got back at it.

“I’m not going to lie to you, it was tough going in Day 1. Not just because of Zeke, but a bunch of coaching changes,” Prescott said.


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“I can’t say it was tough, it was interesting. ‘How’s this going to feel? What’s this going to be like?’ When I left, it was amazing, honestly. It was change, but it was a sense of positive change and excitement for me. I’m an optimistic guy and always have been — you guys know that. I guess going into there, I couldn’t tell if the glass was half-full or half-empty. And then I leave, it was definitely half full. I’m excited about the direction we’re going. But it was tough.”

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