McCarthy: Cowboys' Dak Prescott 'looks really good' in 'movement ability'

According to head coach Mike McCarthy, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott "looks really good" in movement ability in scramble drills and situations.

What It Means:

After registering just three yards on designed runs and a career-low 99 drop-backs involving a rollout or scramble, the Cowboys are hopeful their star quarterback can be used in more movement situations with his ankle injury fully behind him. “The thing that jumps out to me is his movement ability in the scramble drills and scramble situations,” said McCarthy about Prescott. “The way he activates the scramble drills. So, he’s got more reps at it. It’s more natural to him. He looks really good."

In Prescott's first four years before his injury, the Cowboys' signal caller averaged 305 yards on 33.2 attempts. For the upcoming 2022 season, numberFire's models currently project Prescott to produce 267.5 rushing yards and 3.1 touchdowns on 57.3 rushing attempts in addition to 410.6 completions for 4,503.1 yards and 33.9 touchdowns