2. Will Dak Prescott Return to Form?
The Cowboys didn't need Dak Prescott to do much during their Week 1 performance, and that's probably a good thing.
The eighth-year signal-caller was far from his usual self against the Giants. He only completed 13 of his 24 passing attempts (54.2%), tallying 143 passing yards without throwing a touchdown or an interception. Again, weather was a factor, but the truth is that Prescott must be better than that.
There won't be any excuses for the 30-year-old with the Week 2 matchup taking place at QB-friendly AT&T Stadium. After all, here's a comparison between his last five games at home and the road.
- Prescott's L5 at home: 1,312 yards, 11 TDs, 7 INTs, 70.2% completion, 99.2 passer rating
- Prescott's L5 on road: 1,064 yards, 8 TDs, 5 INTs, 60.5% completion, 81.6 passer rating
With the Jets' defense also looking elite, it's clear that we need Prescott at his best. Trading shots with Rodgers would've been one thing, but now he has the chance to dominate a battle against Wilson, proving that No. 4 is still one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.
However, if Prescott looks more like he did last week, our season-long outlook could take a hit.