The Cowboys' window has closed to make a deal with Dak Prescott — Skip | NFL | UNDISPUTED

With the possibility of no fans in attendance at NFL games, many are speculating that the salary cap could take a significant hit for the 2021 season. And with rumors that the dip could be anywhere from 50 to 80 million, all teams can do is speculate how much to save now. This is rough timing for Dak Prescott who is still currently holding out on the Dallas Cowboys. Hear why Skip Bayless believes that this situation will close the window on the Cowboys signing Dak.

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50 Responses

  1. The cowboys window is this year, after this year there going to have to make some hard decisions, if im the cowboys and I can't get a deal with Dak done i'm signing Cam Newton, Cams a better QB than Dak go look at the Patriots v Panthers game before Cam was hurt, for the right price and if he can stay on the field cam about 20% better than Dak.

  2. Tooooo much drama here! Time to CUT Dak…….save the $30 mil franchise tag money……roll with Dalton for 2020……shop for a new QB. Right about now , it’s about Dallas saving the benjamins….because Dak’s isn’t worth north of 30 mil a year…. more like $25 mil to 30 mil range. 💯

  3. Dak is super overrated. Dallas didn’t make the playoff. Pay for play. Dak right now is a backup Qb.Dallas had too much talent not to make the playoff last year. QB gets the blame. I wouldn’t want his as my starter. He wasn’t good in college. Simply overrated. Don’t do it Jerry jones.

  4. What a lot of people don’t understand about the open market is that Dak can take 5% less from the Cowboys and make more than he would at almost any other team due to the fact Texas has not state income tax.

  5. Jerry's just trying to get 1 MORE year at cost of last years or close to it and then draft a Qb next year…or a trade, to Miami ,Cleveland, Carolina,Detroit or the Colts to help cover the cap loss of which he knows is ahead so why not try he's got nothing to lose,he's gonna take a revenue lost any way you look at it….by trade I mean more than the qb…he's got a running back and wide receiver he can use to entice those in need, takin care of business as Elvis would say…

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