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Dak Watch Week 5: A little slice of everything

Looking at the good, and the tiny bit of bad, from Dak Prescott on Sunday.

The Dallas Cowboys improved to 4-1 on the young season with a 44-20 victory over their division rivals, the New York Giants. In the win, quarterback Dak Prescott completed 22 of 32 passes for 302 yards, three touchdowns and an interception.

Pretty good, right?

For the most part. But life as a quarterback in the NFL is never easy, and it is rare to play a perfect game. In this installment of Dak Watch, we’re going to start off with the interception, before working through all the great stuff that Prescott and his receivers put on the field Sunday afternoon.

We’ll be talking some more about manipulation, about working through concepts, and about the various ways you can attack a defense as a QB. We’ll also show some serious love to Amari Cooper on his touchdown reception. All that and more in this installment of Dak Watch:

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As mentioned at the end of the video, if there ever any plays you would like to see discussed next week or anytime this season, hit me up on the old bird app, @MarkSchofield, and I’ll be happy to include them!