2020 has been a tough year for everyone around the globe due to the coronavirus. It was even harder for Dak Prescott since he lost his brother to suicide that year. He recently got emotional while addressing the tragic loss.
Prescott spoke to The Dallas Morning News addressing the sadness he felt when he found out about his brother committing suicide. He admitted that he began having feelings and emotions that he had never felt before. Prescott also admitted that his brother was a driving force behind his decision to play quarterback.
Dak Prescott was broken and was faced with depression and anxiety after his brother’s passing away. He mentioned struggling to get up and work every day in the wake of the news. Prescott’s brother was only 31 when he gave in to the demons.
On the brighter side of life, Prescott is all set for glory if they beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers this weekend. Thanks to Dak, the Cowboys went 12-5 this year but were relegated to a Wild Card spot. That forces them to visit the 8-9 Buccaneers for the final game of the Wild Card Weekend.
Prescott has drawn blame for frequently making crucial errors. The Cowboys probably boast one of the NFL’s best-rounded lineups. Prescott simply needs to limit errors while delivering the ball to their playmakers which might lead them into Super Bowl.
This is the time for Dak Prescott to fight and win games for the sake of his brother. It will be a crucial time to prove the critics wrong. A great stretch of performance from the quarterback will surely pave the way for success.
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