When the Cowboys play the rival Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Prescott, as reported by Jori Epstein of Yahoo Sports, may become the fifth quarterback in history to record a passer rating of 100 or above in eight consecutive home games.
The only other four to accomplish that feat were future Canton members Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees, as well as Hall of Famers Brett Favre and Kurt Warner.
Only 4 QBs in NFL history have posted a passer rating of 100 or better in 8+ straight home games. If Cowboys QB Dak Prescott's passer rating is 100 or better Sunday night vs. Eagles, he'll join:
— Jori Epstein (@JoriEpstein) December 7, 2023
Dak Prescott Playing His Best Football For Dallas Cowboys Right Now
After the Dallas Cowboys’ humiliating 42–10 road defeat to the 49ers in Week 5, Prescott has played some of his best football to date.
Since the rout in San Francisco, the 30-year-old has passed for 272 yards or more in all but one of his games. He has also tossed multiple touchdown passes in six consecutive games.
Moreover, since Week 5, Prescott has three games with four touchdown throws and one game with 400 yards. In addition, his Cowboys have scored forty points or more in four of their previous six games, including back-to-back 45-point games against Seattle and Washington in Weeks 12 and 13, respectively.
With a 70.1 completion percentage and 3,234 throwing yards, 26 touchdowns against just six interceptions, Prescott is a contender for 2023 MVP. Prescott can eclipse his personal record of 37 passing touchdowns from two years ago with only 12 more passes touchdowns over his last five games.