Denver -- When Aqib Talib took a fourth-quarter interception return 103 yards for a touchdown it was a fitting end for Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott's first real failure as a professional; it was that kind of day. Of course, he's lost before in a Cowboys uniform, but not like this. It was humiliating. "It's not a good feeling at all," said Prescott after the game. "When you play the way I played tonight, you're not going to win many games in this league."
FRISCO, TEXAS - For those on the outside looking in, the sophomore uncertainty and too-good-to-be-true feelings are understandable. But for Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, NFL year two is simply the next hurdle to clear. Just like the ones he did as a schoolboy in Haughton, La. And when he had them yelling “Hail State" louder than ever in Starkville. The uneven start against the Giants set the stage for Prescott's calling card so far in the pros - resilience, and calm in the face of adversity.
On the morning of each Cowboys game, you'll get a chance to take a sip of Joe's gridiron insights with our 'Morning Cup of Joe.' He'll offer five storylines to follow when the Cowboys take the field and his thoughts on what to expect. Denver -- The Cowboys look to snap a five-game losing streak to the Broncos that dates back to 1995. Playing in the not-so-friendly confines of Mile High field, it will be difficult, but efficient and smart play from the Cowboys could be the difference. 1.
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