Cowboys QB Dak Prescott breaks NFL rookie record

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been on fire in the first two games of his career. On Sunday, he led the team to a 27-23 win over NFC East rival Wahington Redskins while also breaking a 32-year-old record.

Prescott has set the rookie record for most pass attempts without an interception. His 75 attempts without a pick in the first two games beats out Warren Moon’s record of 72 attempts set back in 1984.

On the contrary, however, Prescott has yet to throw a touchdown in his first two games and only just scored his first touchdown on the ground in yesterday’s win, the Cowboys’ first of the season.

Prescott still has about four more games to improve on this statistic and add on to his stats before Tony Romo returns from injury. But if the rookie has a good showing in the next month, you could see him put a stranglehold on the starting position for the Cowboys.

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