Tad Prescott, the brother of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has sent a strong message to the team’s fans, along with a surprising wish.
Tad who is Dak’s older brother, responded to critical messages he has supposedly been receiving from fans in the aftermath of last week’s NFC Wild Card loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Tad said that if it were up to him, Dak would be leaving the Cowboys, citing the “drama” and the “so called fans” as too much trouble.
However, Tad added that Dak does not want to leave and is determined to bring the Cowboys a championship.
“Cowboy fans why continue to DM me TRUST ME, if I could get @dak to leave Dallas I would. I too want him out of Dallas. The city and organization have been great to him and our family, but done with drama and the so called fans, but he loves this team, and wants to bring it rings”
The remark about the “so called fans” is what will gain the most attention.
Prescott has been the focus of a lot of criticism for playing a terrible game against the Packers, which included two big interceptions. Even Prescott openly admitted that he had been awful at the worst possible time.
Tad has never been shy about protecting his brother.
While questions persist about whether Dak can get it done in the playoffs, he is coming off arguably the best season of his career, with 4,516 passing yards and 36 touchdowns. He is not going anywhere, and is probably in line for a new contract at some point in the offseason.