By Adam Collins
Pro Football Hall of Fame QB, Kurt Warner, weighed in on the Dak Prescott vs. Carson Wentz controversy recently. The former Rams/Giants/Cardinals quarterback appeared on “The Big Podcast” hosted by Shaquille O’Neal. When asked which star he would rather build his franchise around right now, Warner answered:
“I’m gonna go with Dak. The reason I say that is, you know I got a chance to know Dak a little bit. And his demeanor is unique that he came into all this so quickly and kind of fell into it and had great success, and it doesn’t ever seem to be too big for him.”
Warner then went on to say:
“He seems to be able to welcome the opportunity and to have confidence in it that what he did last year was not just lick or something that he fell into.”
He went onto explain that he didn’t believe Wentz would have a bad career, he just believed that Dak’s calm demeanor would lead him to greater success. Warner explained:
“And not that Carson is not going to be a really, really good payer and not do some great things at the NFL level. I just love the demeanor and the personality of Dak Prescott. And I do, I think what we say last year is going to be what we see consistently throughout this year.”
These kind comments coming from such a great player are so great to hear for Cowboys fans. It should be fun to watch how much Dak Prescott will improve in the future. In matchups where both QB’s play, Dak leads Wentz 1-0.
Quotes from Shaq's The Big Podcast
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