Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was named the Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year after the incredible season he had in his first season under center.
Prescott became the unlikely hero for the Cowboys this season, helping them to a 13-3 season and an NFC East title. Prescott threw for more than 3,000 yards and had 23 touchdown passes.
It was by far the most prolific season the Cowboys have had since the 1990s. Prescott got incredible help from his offensive line as well as rookie Ezekiel Elliott, who could’ve won the Rookie of the Year award as well.
Prescott’s fantastic year puts pressure on the Cowboys to make a decision regarding Tony Romo. The first part is over with and now all eyes will be on Jerry World as the offseason comes to start.