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It makes total and complete sense that Dak Prescott would want a lot of money

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The negotiations between Dak Prescott and the Cowboys was always going to cause debate.

In case you somehow missed it there was a report (and later a few that opposed it) that Dak Prescott is seeking $40M per year from the Dallas Cowboys. Right? Amazing that we’re all still here.

This, predictably, set off several wheels into motion. Debates were had, arguments waged on, statistics were used as examples, and many opinions were unchanged. Dak Prescott has been at the center of two of the biggest debates in the history of this site (him against Tony Romo and him getting paid against him not), being the quarterback of the Cowboys is a polarizing job.

$40M per year (if that were to actually happen) would put Prescott atop all quarterbacks when it comes to average annual value. The current top five:

Russell Wilson............ $35M per season

Ben Roethlisberger.... $34M per season

Aaron Rodgers........... $33.5M per season

Carson Wentz............. $32M per season

Matt Ryan................... $30M per season

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