2. Dak Prescott Will Step Up
Surprisingly, Dak Prescott wasn't much of a factor during last week's win. He finished with just 143 passing yards (13-for-24) with no touchdowns.
Granted, he didn't need to do much after we jumped out to an early lead, but it wasn't exactly an encouraging performance after he led the NFL in interceptions last year.
We can chalk at least some of that up to rust, as a lot of quarterbacks struggled in Week 1. Look for Dak to step up and have a bigger game in Week 2 now that he's gotten same game reps in, especially since he won't be under pressure to keep up with Rodgers.
With Wilson likely struggling and Dallas' defense giving Prescott good field position, look for him to take advantage and make plays. It's also worth remembering that he played pretty well the last time he faced New York, completing 28 of 40 passes (70.0%) for 278 yards.
Dak's better than what he showed in Week 1, and he knows it. In Week 2, the Jets will know it too.