Dak Prescott leads his team into battle in the same arena he had his first start but the stakes are much higher now.
What Jerry Jones learned from Dak Prescott’s debut in LA has shaped his belief in his young QB- Rob Phillips- Dallas CowboysDak Prescott makes his return to the L.A. Coliseum, where he got his first NFL start, and where Jerry Jones got his first impression of his quarterback.
Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones remembers Prescott’s first of two touchdowns -- a 10-yard back-shoulder throw to Dez Bryant in the first quarter -- not so much for the play itself but the Cowboys’ sideline reaction.
Sitting next to Jones, fellow Hall of Famer Michael Irvin noticed first.
“I said, ‘My goodness, what an excellent play by that young quarterback,’” Jones recalled on 105.3 The Fan. “And Michael looked at me and said, ‘That’s not what I’m looking at. Look at your bench over there. Every player out there is about two feet out on the field cheering and living in his every footstep. This team is really behind this guy.’”