Dan Orlovsky has made a name for himself in recent years at ESPN, giving valuable analysis while using his experience as an ex-NFL quarterback to aid him in the process.
But just because someone has talked the talk and walked the walk, doesn’t mean every little piece of analysis they have is correct.
Orlovsky recently appeared on the ESPN show “Grt Up”, and explained why he thinks the Cowboys shouldn’t pay Dak Prescott the $40M a year he’s reportedly requested in the past. The ex-Lions quarterback said “don’t pay good players great player money”, which then made Dak’s brother Tad Prescott, respond to what Orlovsky said on Twitter.
Both men exchanged some words on Twitter, but nothing entirely too serious.
Still, what a weird quote from Orlovsky.