8:44 AM 06/14/2019 | Editorial
David Hookstead | Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
The Dallas Cowboys might be ready to pay Dak Prescott an absurd amount of money.
Ian Rapoport reported in a Thursday night video from the NFL Network that “it wouldn’t be a surprise” if the young quarterback got $30 million annually. (RELATED: Russell Wilson Agrees To $140 Million Extension With The Seahawks, Gets $65 Million Signing Bonus)
Watch his full comments below.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 13, 2019
As I’ve said before, paying a quarterback with limited proof of success in big games $30 million is outrageously stupid.
Dak Prescott isn’t Russell Wilson, who won a Super Bowl in his second year in the NFL. Let’s not pretend like he has a huge list of accomplishments that would justify making him one of the top three or four paid players in the league.
The former Mississippi State star might be talented, but I think we all agree it doesn’t mean much if you don’t win the big ones.
You know why