After a difficult loss to the 49ers, Brian Schottenheimer, the offensive coordinator for the Cowboys
did his best to respond to questions concerning quarterback Dak Prescott's performance in the team's last two victories.
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However, the subsequent acclaim swiftly gained momentum, demonstrating how highly Schottenheimer values the 30-year-old signal-caller.
Schottenheimer gushed over Prescott's qualities as a "stud," pointing out that he "never changes who he is."
Things got pretty heated from there as he went on to explain how, despite the difficult performance in a defeat to the 49ers
The guy exudes such inner peace that it's a pleasure to sit next to him on game day.
It's just great to be around him. Every day, he improves me as a person.
According to Jon Machota of The Athletic, Schottenheimer stated of Prescott, "Guys like that are guys you really, really want to see have success."
"He makes me think of Drew Brees a lot. They have remarkably comparable wiring. The team and what they can do to best serve the team always come first
The comparison of Prescott to Drew Brees is interesting because Schottenheimer coached the 13-time Pro Bowl quarterback for the Chargers from 2002 to 2005.