Dak Prescott to Undergo Surgery After Suffering Gruesome Ankle Injury Against Giants
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was knocked off the field after a terrible injury to his right ankle in Sunday's game against the New York Giants. When Prescott stayed on the field after the game, his teammates were clearly distraught.
Giants offensive coordinator and former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett went to Dak and put his arm around current Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy.
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As he was carted away, a tearful Prescott raised his fist at the Dallas fans present.
Prescott will have ankle surgery tonight, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Prescott played at a historic level this season, throwing 1,690 yards in his first four games. He was well on his way to finishing 6,760 yards, which would have broken the record for most passing yards in a season (5,477) set by Peyton Manning in 2013. After the injury, there was a lot of love and good wishes for Cowboys QB on social media.
Record books aside, Prescott was competing for a contract extension after playing through a second direct franchise day.
Dake Prescott's brother Tad Prescott was by his side in the hospital.
"God is good and he will be back STRONGER than ever. I fucking guarantee it," he wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Tony Dungy had a strange take on Prescott's injury on Sunday night.
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