Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was off to a blistering start to the 2020 season before an ankle injury cut his year short. The injury was devastating for Prescott and the Cowboys, who have struggled without their star QB.
However, it appears Prescott is making good progress in his injury rehab, which is fantastic news.
The injury has been hard on Prescott, who wants to be out there with his team fighting for a division crown in a terrible NFC East, but he's staying positive about even small progress he makes on a daily basis.
"It's about making and creating small victories. So each and every day when I wake up and I go in for rehab, it's about, for me, seeing my leg or seeing my body do something that it didn't do the day before or creating a feeling that I didn't have before so I know that I'm continuing to get better."- Dak Prescott
The fact that Prescott is already seeing results is a great sign for the quarterback to return at the level of play he was at before getting injured.
The Cowboys QB had racked up 1,856 yards and 9 TDs through almost five full games before going down. He had three performances with at least 450 passing yards, topping out at 502 yards against the Cleveland Browns in Week 4.
The Cowboys were 2-3 in games that Prescott played in, but only stand at 3-8 heading into their Week 13 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
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