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Dak Prescott

QB, Dallas Cowboys

Height 6'2" Weight 226
DOB 1993-07-29 Age 28.2
College Mississippi State

2021 Fantasy Rankings

QB # 6 (Tier 2)

Position Rankings

Rank Name Bye Age ADP1 PPG2 Comment
Tier 2
4 Aaron Rodgers, GB 13 37.8 5.09 27.2

Mike's Thoughts: Rodgers moves up on the news he is expected to play for the Packers this season. I might move him ahead of Murray, who could run less, but still want to be a bit careful with Rodgers in case the saga takes yet another turn. Not a major concern but the Packers will be motivated to get Jordan Love some game action at some point. Drafted Rodgers 1.12 (12) in 12-team Superflex best ball (FFPC format) in early-August.

5 Tom Brady, TB 9 44.2 7.06 24.8

Mike's Thoughts: Drafted Brady 8.05 (75) in a 1QB 10-team best ball on 7/21. Drafted Brady 6.07 (67) in a 1QB 12-team PPR on 8/11.

6 Dak Prescott, DAL 7 28.2 6.03 30.4

Mike's Thoughts: Fantasy analysts are extremely bullish on Prescott given all of his weapons, a ridiculous start to the 2020 season before the ankle injury, and what looks to be a pretty poor defense. I'm a little more cautious since it seems premature expecting him to be fully healthy and in a good rhythm returning from that grewsome injury.

7 Kyler Murray, ARI 12 24.2 4.05 27.4
8 Justin Herbert, LAC 7 23.6 6.11 25.6
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2020 season, PPR scoring
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Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Dak Prescott - Week 6 Outlook for Fantasy Football

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is once again a QB1 option in Week 6 fantasy lineups. The Cowboys are taking on a New England Patriots defense that allowed Davis Mills to throw for three touchdowns and over 300 yards. Prescott's upside is basically unlimited against this defense, but there is always the chance the team leans on the running game early and sticks with it, especially if they get out to an early lead. Still, even though he's only averaging 33 pass attempts per game, he's been a QB1 in three of the first five weeks and should continue with that kind of consistency throughout the season.

    Oct 14 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Impressive And Efficient Again In Week 5

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was impressive and efficient again in a Week 5 win over the New York Giants. Prescott completed 22 of his 32 pass attempts for 302 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. He also rushed twice for six yards and lost a fumble. Dak was picked off on the first drive of the game, but things only got better from there as the Cowboys coasted to an easy 44-20 victory. He hit seven different targets in the passing game and seemed to have little issue moving the ball down the field. Dak and the Cowboys will face the Patriots in Week 6.

    Oct 11 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Looks To Stay Consistent In Week 5

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been consistently good all season so far, and will look to keep it up against the New York Giants in Week 5. He's led the Cowboys to a 3-1 record and first place in the NFC East, doing exactly what was required of him in each game. He's been much better on the field than in fantasy lineups though, as despite his excellent season so far, he's "only" the overall QB12 right now. The Cowboys defense has greatly improved and they've figured out their running game, so Prescott does not have to throw the ball over 50 times like he did last season before getting hurt. In Week 5, he'll face a Giants defense that has allowed plenty of fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks. Dak has been a QB1 in two of the four games this season, and this week he has a good chance to finish in that range as well.

    Oct 7 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Takes On A Tough Defense In Week 4

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will face off against a tough Carolina Panthers defense in Week 4. Prescott threw 58 passes in Week 1, then combined for just 54 passes in Weeks 2 and 3. He was very good again in Week 3 after letting the running game take the wheel for Week 2. Prescott has been running an offense that looks like it could be one of the best units in the league this season. He's going to be a QB1 essentially every week, and even with the tough Week 4 matchup against a Panthers defense that's allowed just 146 passing yards per game this season, he's ranked in the second half of the QB1 ranks.

    Sep 30 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Throws Three Touchdowns In Week 3

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw for three touchdowns in a Week 3 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Dak attempted 26 passes, completing 21 of them for 238 yards. Two of the touchdowns went to tight end Dalton Schultz and the other went to wide receiver Cedrick Wilson. The Cowboys spread the ball around, with Prescott targeting eight different players. He did fumble twice, losing one, but it was otherwise an excellent performance by the Cowboys offense. Prescott and the Cowboys get the surging Carolina Panthers in Week 4.

    Sep 28 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Looks To Rebound In Week 3

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will look to rebound in Week 3 against the division-rival Philadelphia Eagles. Prescott was outstanding in Week 1 before being mostly shut down by the Chargers defense in Week 2. The Eagles defense is allowing the third fewest points to opposing quarterbacks through two weeks of play, but they haven't faced anyone with anything close to Prescott's upside. In what could and should be a high-scoring game, Prescott is an easy QB1, somewhere near the middle of that tier's ranks.

    Sep 22 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Held In Check In Week 2

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was mostly held in check by the Los Angeles Chargers defense in Week 2. While Prescott certainly played well and made mostly good decisions on the field, his line was less than stellar, as he completed 23 of his 27 pass attempts for 237 yards, no touchdowns, and one interception. He also did not record a rushing attempt, even though the Cowboys ran a lot of their offense through the ground game. Prescott led his team to a win and did everything asked of him on the NFL field, but fantasy managers will certainly be disappointed with his performance. This was less on Prescott or the Cowboys though, and more on the Chargers defense, who was impressive for the second straight week. Dak and the Dallas offense should do much better in Week 3's Monday Night Football contest against the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Sep 19 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Looking For A Strong Week 2 Performance

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is a fantasy QB1 every time he takes the field, even in a tough Week 2 contest against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers defense showed up in Week 1 and had the third best fantasy performance against an opposing quarterback. There's a slight caveat to that though, as they knocked out Football Team starter Ryan Fitzpatrick early and dealt mostly with backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke. Still, the Chargers figure to be a tough defense to throw against, but Prescott threw for 403 yards and three touchdowns in Week 1, so he should be able to move the ball against anyone. He's the eighth-ranked fantasy quarterback for Week 2.

    Sep 15 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • La'el Collins Suspended For Five Games

    Dallas Cowboys offensive tackle La'el Collins has been suspended five games without pay for violating the league's policy and program on substances of abuse, according to a source. While quarterback Dak Prescott had to scramble plenty of times against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers strong defensive line on Thursday night, the Cowboys offensive line did a pretty good job of protecting their quarterback in the season opener. However, Collins' suspension will be a notable loss for the remaining five games for Dallas. Fantasy managers are still starting Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott on a weekly basis, but this will be a slight downgrade for them. Ty Nsekhe or Terence Steele could start at right tackle until Collins' suspension is up.

    Sep 10 · Source via Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Throws For Over 400 Yards In Week 1

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott had an excellent Week 1 performance against the defending champion Tampa Bay Bucs. Despite ultimately ending in a loss, Prescott was simply incredible and showed no signs of the injury that slowed him down and forced him to miss all of the preseason. Dak completed 42 of his 58 pass attempts for 403 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. He also ran the ball four times, adding 13 yards on the ground. With the Bucs defense stifling the running game all night, Dak had to throw almost 60 times, and he was unbelievably efficient, completing passes to eight different Cowboys. The Dallas signal caller should be an excellent QB1 option all season long.

    Sep 10 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott A Great Choice Despite A Tough Week 1 Matchup

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) is an excellent fantasy option in Week 1 despite a tough Thursday matchup against the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Bucs. Prescott was dynamic for the short time he was on the field last season, and with Ezekiel Elliott in the backfield along with tons of receiving options running down the field, Prescott is on track for an easy top-five season if he can stay healthy. Despite not being able to get in on any preseason action, Prescott is reportedly a "full go" for Week 1 and won't have any limitations besides the Bucs defense. In a game that could easily turn into a shootout, Prescott checks in as an easy QB1 with top-six upside.

    Sep 7 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Cowboys Rework Dak Prescott's Deal

    Sep 7 · Pro Football Rumors Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott A Full Practice Participant

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) was listed as a full practice participant on the official injury report on Monday. After a devastating ankle injury suffered early last season, Prescott will be ready to go for the 2021 season opener on Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Prescott didn't play at all during the preseason after his right shoulder injury, which makes him a bit more of a risk in his first official game back to kick off the season. With his entire crew of weapons returning on offense, including a healthier offensive line in front of him, the 28-year-old should be a solid high-end QB1 again this season. He's a must-start in full-season leagues, but we understand if you're hesitant to use him in DFS out of the gates, especially against the defending Super Bowl champions.

    Sep 6 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Will Be A "Full Go" for Thursday

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle, shoulder) will be a "full go" for Thursday's season opener against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Prescott missed most of last season due to a severe ankle injury and then had some trouble throwing this summer due to shoulder issues. Rest and rehab seem to have him, "back where the Cowboys need him ready for the opener" according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The Bucs are a very tough matchup, especially to open the season, but Dak's upside makes him worth starting regardless of his opponent.

    Sep 3 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • La'el Collins Has Status For Opener In Question

    Dallas Cowboys right tackle La'el Collins was held out of practice Friday due to neck stingers, throwing his availability for Thursday's season opener against the Buccaneers into doubt. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said that the team was in "a holding pattern" as it pertained to the offensive lineman, who missed all of last year due to injury. Terence Steele and Ty Nsekhe could be thrust into starting duties if Collins is unable to take the field, which could have a slight impact on the output of both quarterback Dak Prescott (who is dealing with minor ailments of his own) and running back Ezekiel Elliott. Stay tuned for the final word on Collins as the opener gets closer.

    Sep 3 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott "good to go" for Week 1

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) is "good to go" for the Week 1 opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to Jerry Jones. Prescott has been dealing with a strained shoulder for nearly a month now, and it came while he was working his way back from a season-ending ankle injury sustained during the 2020-21 campaign. Nonetheless, when healthy, the 28-year-old is one of the most productive fantasy options available. However, his most recent ailments have left fantasy managers with an unsettled feeling moving ahead. Still, he should remain classified as a top-five signal-caller in all formats, primarily with so many weapons at his disposal.

    Aug 29 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott No Longer On A Pitch Count

    Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore said that quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) "looked great" in practice on Wednesday during his first team drills in four weeks. As a result, Prescott is no longer on a pitch count. Dallas' franchise signal-caller completed 11 of his 12 passes in team drills on Wednesday and is fully expected to make the Week 1 start. The 28-year-old was on his way to a career season before his season-ending ankle injury early in 2020, and he is returning to all of his offensive weapons in 2021. Because of his rushing ability as well, Prescott has a solid floor as a strong and dependable QB1. Despite coming off that gruesome ankle injury from a year ago, fantasy managers have been comfortable drafting him as the fifth QB off the board, on average.

    Aug 26 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Participates In 11-on-11 Drills

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) took some snaps in 11-on-11 drills according to team reporter Calvin Watkins. Prescott completed 11-of-12 passes while connecting on a few 20-yard passes and one 30-yard pass. He was able to roll in the pocket and make some tough throws on the run, so this could be a sign he will be good to go for Week 1 after his gruesome ankle injury last year, and the shoulder injury he has been dealing with during training camp. There have been reports from Adam Schefter that the 28-year-old could struggle all season with these injuries, but as of now, it seems it shouldn't be something that limits him too much. The Cowboys will once again have one of the best wide receiver groups in the NFL for their franchise quarterback to throw to, as he could potentially support all three of Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Gallup in fantasy. With a healthy offensive line back at his disposal, Prescott remains a solid QB1 option in what should be a high-volume passing attack in Dallas.

    Aug 25 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott On Track To Play Week 1

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) has had "absolutely no setbacks" and is on track to play Week 1 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He will pick up the pace in practice next week. "He'll definitely be involved in some form of practice more than this week," said head coach Mike McCarthy, "but to stand here and tell you he'd be full-go and take all the reps, I'm not there yet." The Cowboys franchise quarterback is unlikely to suit up this preseason as he's been dealing with a strained shoulder during training camp. Prescott missed most of 2020 due to a severe ankle injury, and the Cowboys will be careful with their star QB. Barring any setbacks, the 28-year-old is on track to play Week 1 and is a surefire QB1 in upcoming fantasy drafts.

    Aug 21 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Limited But Participating In Practice On Wednesday

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice. Prescott was reportedly "throwing, but gradually" as he continues to recover from a shoulder strain. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy stated that it was "fair to say" that Dak won't play in the Cowboys second preseason game. It's unlikely the Dallas signal caller sees any preseason action, but barring any further setbacks, he should be ready to go for Week 1 as the key part of what should be a powerful Cowboys offense.

    Aug 18 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott To Get Another MRI

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) hasn't had another setback from his right shoulder strain, but he's planning on getting another MRI exam when the team breaks from training camp to return home this weekend. Prescott said he's making progress, and he resumed some light throwing earlier this week. The Cowboys are taking every precaution with their franchise signal-caller, and while Prescott wouldn't mind playing in the preseason on Aug. 21 against the Houston Texans, it's not his top priority. As long as there are no setbacks, he should be good to go for Week 1, which is the only thing that fantasy managers really care about. Prescott was on pace for 6,700 passing yards before his gruesome ankle injury in Week 5 in 2020. He has a solid high-end QB1 floor because of his rushing ability in what should once again be a strong offense.

    Aug 11 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Does Some Light Throwing At Tuesday's Practice

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle/shoulder) took part in some light throwing at Tuesday's practice. The throws were "easy lobs 8-12 yards downfield," according to David Helman of DallasCowboys.com. Prescott has been held out of practice ever since he suffered a shoulder strain in training camp. He's going to be slowly eased back into things. He's still in the midst of recovering from surgery on his right ankle last fall. At this point, Prescott still seems likely to be ready for Week 1, but if you're planning on targeting him in drafts, make sure to continue to monitor his status over the coming weeks.

    Aug 10 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Taking Things Slowly

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle, shoulder) is "taking a step back" in his recovery, according to coach Mike McCarthy. Basically, the Cowboys have decided to slow things down with Prescott and while it doesn't seem like he's actually suffered any setbacks, he's no longer on track to return to the practice field as soon as previously expected. Prescott clearly won't play in the first week of the preseason, but as of now there's no reason to think he won't be under center for Week 1 when the games count.

    Aug 5 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Cowboys Think Dak Prescott Can Return In A Few Days

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott strained his shoulder in training camp, but the team is optimistic that Prescott can return after a few days rest. Locked in as the team's starting quarterback for the foreseeable future, there's no reason to push things with Prescott, especially with him coming off of an ankle injury last season. Prescott's status for the regular season isn't in doubt at all at this point, so fantasy managers can continue to draft him as a fantasy QB1.

    Jul 29 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Gets MRI Results

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (shoulder) got MRI results after leaving practice on Wednesday with a shoulder injury. The MRI showed a muscle strain in Prescott's throwing shoulder. He will undergo treatment and will be evaluated throughout the treatment. For now, he is being considered day-to-day but there is no word on when he may be able to practice again. Prescott missed almost all of last season with a devastating ankle injury, so at least the good news is this injury has nothing to do with that. There's still plenty of time until Week 1 of the NFL season, but the Cowboys certainly want to see Dak back on the practice field sooner rather than later.

    Jul 28 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Exits Practice On Wednesday

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was forced to leave practice on Wednesday due to arm soreness, but the move was "purely precautionary" according to the team. The Cowboys quickly downplayed his exit, but with the media frenzy that always surrounds the Cowboys, this story made the rounds quickly. Prescott worked with a trainer for a bit before ultimately jogging off the field. The fact that is was arm soreness and not something related to the ankle that kept him out most of last season is certainly good news. This may end up being absolutely nothing, but it's worth keeping an eye on, of course. Prescott is still easily a top-half QB1 heading into this season.

    Jul 28 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Expected To Play In The Preseason

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle) said that he "definitely want[s] to play" in the preseason. "I obviously want to get out there and get some reps before it's real," he continued. Coach Mike McCarthy said that he does expect his quarterback to get some preseason playing time. Prescott will likely not play much, but they'll get him into some game action to make sure he's ready to go in Week 1. With Prescott expected to be back to full strength, all of the Cowboys skill position players have their fantasy arrows pointing up.

    Jul 24 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Takes Full Snaps Thursday

    Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle) took full team snaps on the first day of training camp on Thursday for the first time since suffering his right ankle injury last October. Prescott completed 11 of 16 passes in 11-on-11 drills. It's not a surprise, but it's great to hear after the gruesome compound fracture that ended his season early in 2020. The Cowboys will keep a close eye on their franchise signal-caller and could limit his workload at some point to ease him into practice, but everything is looking great so far. As long as Prescott's ankle doesn't limit his rushing abilities during the season, he will have easy top-five upside at the position. Dallas' offensive line should be healthier this year, and all of Prescott's weapons in the passing game are back.

    Jul 22 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Dak Prescott Expected To Be A Full Participant In Camp

    Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said that he anticipates quarterback Dak Prescott (ankle) being a "full participant" when training camp begins. It's not a foregone conclusion, and the Cowboys will keep a close eye on their franchise signal-caller, but it's great news as he attempts to have a bounce-back season after his gruesome broken ankle in Week 5 of 2020. Despite the injury, fantasy managers are taking Prescott, on average, as the fifth quarterback off the board after his 27 fantasy points per game in the early going last year was the second-most all-time. He might not have been able to keep up that pace all season, but with all of his receivers returning and a healthier offensive line, Prescott has top-five QB potential as long as his ankle doesn't hinder his rushing ability too much.

    Jul 21 · Source via Cowboys Dak Prescott
  • Quarterback

    PPR (Half) Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts FP/G Snp Snp% MS% Opp/G PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    2016 DAL 16 335.6 21.0 1011 95.6 48.8 32.3 311 459 67.8 3667 23 4 25 57 282 4.95 6 4
    2017 DAL 16 312.1 19.5 1053 98.6 51.1 34.1 307 489 62.8 3307 22 13 32 57 357 6.26 6 3
    2018 DAL 16 340.7 21.3 1071 99.4 55.9 37.6 356 526 67.7 3884 22 8 56 75 305 4.07 6 6
    2019 DAL 16 399.8 25.0 1125 99.6 57.3 40.5 388 596 65.1 4901 30 11 2 52 277 5.33 3 2
    2020 DAL 5 152.1 30.4 360 93.8 62.8 48.2 151 222 68.0 1856 9 4 10 18 93 5.17 3 3
    2021 DAL 5 123.4 24.7 358 98.9 50.8 36.8 122 165 73.9 1368 13 3 0 19 60 3.16 0 2

    2021

    PPR (Half) Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 @TB L 29-31 32.5 83 98.8 73.8 62 42 58 72.4 403 3 1 0 4 13 3.25 0 0
    2 @LAC W 20-17 10.9 62 100.0 43.5 27 23 27 85.2 237 0 1 0 0 0 - 0 0
    3 PHI W 41-21 24.5 74 96.1 45.5 35 21 26 80.8 238 3 0 0 9 6 0.67 0 1
    4 CAR W 36-28 28.9 61 100.0 42.6 26 14 22 63.6 188 4 0 0 4 35 8.75 0 0
    5 NYG W 44-20 26.7 78 100.0 43.6 34 22 32 68.8 302 3 1 0 2 6 3.00 0 1

    2020

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 @LAR L 17-20 20.3 72 100.0 58.3 42 25 39 64.1 266 1 0 3 3 30 10.00 0 0
    2 ATL W 40-39 46.3 80 97.6 63.4 52 34 47 72.3 450 1 0 1 5 18 3.60 3 1
    3 @SEA L 31-38 36.2 82 100.0 76.8 63 37 57 64.9 472 3 2 2 6 26 4.33 0 1
    4 CLE L 38-49 41.3 82 100.0 73.2 60 41 58 70.7 502 4 1 3 2 12 6.00 0 1
    5 NYG W 37-34 8.0 44 66.7 36.4 24 14 21 66.7 166 0 1 1 2 7 3.50 0 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 19, 10, 40, 42, 43, 43, 20, 26, 5
    Rushing: 2, 1, 1
    Receiving: 11

    2019

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 NYG W 35-17 37.5 65 95.6 52.9 36 25 32 78.1 405 4 0 0 4 12 3.00 0 0
    2 @WAS W 31-21 31.4 70 100.0 50.0 35 26 30 86.7 269 3 1 1 5 69 13.80 0 0
    3 MIA W 31-6 26.0 72 100.0 47.2 34 19 32 59.4 246 2 1 1 2 7 3.50 1 0
    4 @NO L 10-12 10.9 58 100.0 58.6 34 22 33 66.7 223 0 1 0 1 7 7.00 0 0
    5 GB L 24-34 30.9 72 100.0 66.7 48 27 44 61.4 463 2 3 0 4 27 6.75 0 0
    6 @NYJ L 22-24 21.0 82 100.0 52.4 43 28 40 70.0 277 0 0 0 3 11 3.67 1 0
    7 PHI W 37-10 24.0 70 100.0 45.7 32 21 27 77.8 239 1 1 0 5 30 6.00 1 0
    9 @NYG W 37-18 25.1 71 100.0 53.5 38 22 35 62.9 257 3 1 0 3 12 4.00 0 0
    10 MIN L 24-28 30.9 71 100.0 64.8 46 28 46 60.9 397 3 1 0 0 0 - 0 0
    11 @DET W 35-27 36.0 74 100.0 70.3 52 29 46 63.0 444 3 0 0 6 18 3.00 0 0
    12 @NE L 9-13 10.0 64 100.0 53.1 34 19 33 57.6 212 0 1 0 1 4 4.00 0 0
    13 BUF L 15-26 27.3 78 100.0 67.9 53 32 49 65.3 355 2 1 0 4 25 6.25 0 1
    14 @CHI L 24-31 20.8 73 100.0 71.2 52 27 49 55.1 334 1 0 0 3 1 0.33 0 0
    15 LAR W 44-21 19.8 68 97.1 42.9 30 15 23 65.2 212 2 0 0 7 12 1.71 0 0
    16 @PHI L 9-17 14.0 62 100.0 72.6 45 25 44 56.8 265 0 0 0 1 7 7.00 0 0
    17 WAS W 47-16 34.7 75 100.0 48.0 36 23 33 69.7 303 4 0 0 3 35 11.67 0 1

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 28, 4, 21, 25, 51, 2, 10, 5, 19, 40, 53, 1, 42, 15, 45, 23, 22, 12, 21, 19, 17, 8, 15, 19, 19, 59, 13, 4, 32, 45
    Rushing: 8, 4, 8

    2018

    Wk Vs Score FPts Snp Snp% MS% Opp PaCmp PaAtt CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaINT Sacked RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuTD FL
    1 @CAR L 8-16 10.4 64 100.0 53.1 34 19 29 65.5 170 0 0 6 5 19 3.80 0 1
    2 NYG W 20-13 16.5 53 100.0 60.4 32 16 25 64.0 160 1 0 0 7 45 6.43 0 0
    3 @SEA L 13-24 12.5 59 100.0 61.0 36 19 34 55.9 168 1 2 5 2 21 10.50 0 0
    4 DET W 26-24 21.0 69 100.0 43.5 30 17 27 63.0 255 2 0 3 3 2 0.67 0 0
    5 @HOU L 16-19 15.8 62 100.0 56.5 35 18 29 62.1 208 1 2 2 6 34 5.67 0 0
    6 JAC W 40-7 31.4 67 91.8 52.1 38 17 27 63.0 183 2 0 3 11 82 7.45 1 0
    7 @WAS L 17-20 27.0 66 100.0 62.1 41 22 35 62.9 273 1 0 4 6 33 5.50 1 2
    9 TEN L 14-28 20.3 59 100.0 57.6 34 21 31 67.7 243 2 1 5 2 11 5.50 0 1
    10 @PHI W 27-20 24.4 69 100.0 60.9 42 26 36 72.2 270 1 0 4 6 9 1.50 1 0
    11 @ATL W 22-19 16.9 64 100.0 56.3 36 22 32 68.8 208 0 0 2 4 5 1.25 1 0
    12 WAS W 31-23 30.3 70 100.0 52.9 37 22 31 71.0 289 2 0 4 6 18 3.00 1 0
    13 NO W 13-10 18.6 71 100.0 46.5 33 24 28 85.7 248 1 0 7 5 22 4.40 0 1
    14 PHI W 29-23 33.0 99 100.0 58.6 58 42 54 77.8 455 3 2 3 4 2 0.50 0 1
    15 @IND L 0-23 9.3 69 100.0 56.5 39 24 39 61.5 206 0 1 3 0 0 - 0 0
    16 TB W 27-20 18.3 52 100.0 55.8 29 20 25 80.0 161 1 0 1 4 2 0.50 1 0
    17 @NYG W 36-35 35.4 78 100.0 61.5 48 27 44 61.4 387 4 0 4 4 0 0.00 0 0
    WC SEA W 24-22 23.2 75 100.0 52.0 39 22 33 66.7 226 1 1 1 6 29 4.83 1 0
    DP @LAR L 22-30 23.6 58 100.0 58.6 34 20 32 62.5 266 1 0 1 2 3 1.50 1 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 64, 3, 38, 1, 3, 17, 9, 49, 4, 23, 7, 40, 90, 16, 28, 75, 15, 4, 13, 19, 39, 32, 11, 29
    Rushing: 17, 1, 1, 4, 5, 7, 1, 1