Michael Irvin thinks it’s time for the Dallas Cowboys to pay Dak Prescott — and never only for his future manufacturing, both.
Irvin believes the Cowboys ought to pay Prescott as a result of he has gained for them over his first 4 NFL seasons — and since, in essence, they owe him for these 4 years, too.
“Dak has been not nice, however excellent,” Irvin mentioned on Wednesday’s “The Wealthy Eisen Present,” by way of the Dallas Morning Information. “Not essentially in wins and losses, in fact. However I’m speaking about simply the person who he’s been. The form of funding you wish to make, the form of man you say ‘yeah, we hit it with this man. We obtained him within the fourth spherical.’ You stole 4 years, so no matter he will get he deserves since you nonetheless owe him again pay.”
Clearly, most groups aren’t going to assume this manner. Irvin is correct that Prescott has gained — he’s 40-24 as a starter. Extra importantly, he’s nonetheless solely 26, and nonetheless has numerous his prime left.
Irvin’s level is well-taken, but it surely doesn’t look like the cash that’s holding up a possible deal between Prescott and the Cowboys.