Dak Prescott is one of the most under-rated players in the NFL, and his pairing with the Buccaneers down the road could be a match made in Heaven.
Given the massive quarterback contracts that have come out over the past few months, the conversation naturally turned towards starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott.
Prescott jumped out to an impressive start as a rookie and has helped keep the Cowboys in contention for the playoffs all four years in the league, adding in a playoff win to boot.
After struggling to reach an agreement with the Cowboys last season over a contract that seemed far too high (approximately 32 million per year), Dallas would now be lucky to retain their starting quarterback for anything less than 38 million per year.
It just so happens that Dak could find a new home with another team in two years: the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Bucs have two years left with Tom Brady before they will need to make a change, and Prescott will give the Bucs a chance to sign a young, well above-average quarterback at market value.
Tampa Bay already has most of the necessary weapons to succeed after Brady’s departure, but bringing Dak in could see that the team remains one of the best in the NFC.
These five reasons show why the Bucs need to make this deal happen if they get the chance.