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What's the ceiling for Dak Prescott in 2022? | #DallasCowboys

Dak Prescott has been the subject of much talk before the 2022 NFL training camp and with good reason. This year, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback is having a full offseason of team bonding and practices with his teammates instead of losing time recovering from an injury, which is what happened to him a year ago. As such, the early expectation for the season is that Prescott will be even better in 2022.

Prescott is, without a doubt, a top 10 quarterback in the league. Throughout the 2021 season, his mobility wasn't affected by his previous ankle injury and he seemed to be in even more comfort under Kellen Moore's leadership. He had one of the best seasons by any quarterback in the league, although the Cowboys failed to convert this into playoff success.

The NFC East is one of the easiest divisions in the NFL one more time. The only real competitor for the Cowboys will be the Philadelphia Eagles - and that's a big 'if' because it depends on Jalen Hurts taking another step forward. There's no other quarterback in the division that comes even close to Prescott's level and Dallas has a major advantage because of that.

If Prescott improves even more this year, we're talking about elite levels, even with Amari Cooper gone. He has more than enough quality to lead the Cowboys to the promised land and not many quarterbacks can reach this level. It's going to be interesting to see during the early portions of camp if Dak is really everything that Jerry Jones hope he is.