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Dak Prescott Is a Fool If He Thinks He’s Worth Mahomes Money

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At 26 years old, Dak Prescott is coming into his prime and is ready to cash in big-time. Negotiations with the Cowboys have dragged on for a year with no end in sight. Rumors are swirling that the organization is looking at signing Tom Brady and letting Prescott find the money he wants elsewhere. Dak Prescott is more than just a franchise quarterback. He’s one of the best players in the NFL at the sport’s most important position. Heading into free agency, he has every right to push for that big contract. But turning down a reported $33 million a year? What the hell is he thinking? Dak Prescott Is Playing a Dangerous Game As good as the Louisiana native is, he’s playing a dangerous game for one too many hands. He bet on himself already and won. Accomplishing what he did on an expiring rookie contract? Talk about throwing the dice. Source: TwitterHis numbers are impressive. Ninety-seven touchdown passes in only four seasons as a starter, two Pro Bowls, and an Offensive Rookie of the Year award. But turning down $33 million a year? If reports are true, he just snubbed the chance to become the highest-paid quarterback in football. Yeah, he’d have been on a bigger contract than Aaron Rodgers, Carson Wentz, and Jared Goff. What do those guys all have in common that sets them apart from Dak Prescott? They’ve taken their teams to the Super Bowl. (Sure, Wentz was injured, but they’d have never made it there without him.) With Prescott’s contract hanging in the balance, Dallas finished 8-8 and missed the playoffs. A team loaded with that much talent shouldn’t be in that position. Prescott has to shoulder some of the blame. The Tom Brady Factor Tom Brady looms large over Dak Prescott’s contract negotiations. | Source: Adam Glanzman/Getty Images/AFPRumors linking Tom Brady to the Cowboys picked up steam after the Super Bowl. Michael Irvin claimed he had talked to “very significant people” about the prospect of Tom Brady heading to Dallas: The people that I had conversations [with were] leaning in that same direction [of Dallas pursuing Brady]. It was shocking … I promise you, I had a conversation with people, I can’t tell you who, about that same scenario going down. Irvin later clarified that the people he was talking about didn’t include Jerry Jones. If such a play came to pass, it would see the Cowboys decline to apply the $26.9 million franchise tag to Dak Prescott, and instead look to entice Brady with a contract upwards of $30 million per year. Patrick Mahomes May Set a New Bar for QB Contracts Dak Prescott would be a fool to demand Mahomes-level money. | Source: Peter Aiken/Getty Images/AFPAnother factor in Prescott’s thinking could be the much-discussed contract extension that the Chiefs will be offering to Patrick Mahomes. There are talks of a record-breaking $40 million per year deal being prepped for the youngest Super Bowl MVP ever. This is where Prescott’s gambling streak could finally ruin him. He’s a great quarterback. But he’s not Patrick Mahomes. Not by a long shot. He thinks that Mahomes signs that new deal and then all of a sudden he’s worth that kind of money too? That’s delusional. There’s a good chance that Dak Prescott could bet the farm here and end up on the outside looking in as Tom Brady leads the Cowboys to the promised land next season. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of CCN.com. This article was edited by Josiah Wilmoth.

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