Cowboys' Jerry Jones expects 2023 Dak Prescott: "Don't lose the ball."

Two-time Pro Bowl quarterback Dak Prescott led the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs last season. He also had his worst turnover season.

Prescott had 23 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in 12 games last season. Prescott has thrown double-digit touchdowns four times in seven NFL seasons. 

His 2017 career high was 13 interceptions. Prescott's turnovers concerned Jerry Jones, the Cowboys' owner.

Jones, the Cowboys' general manager, addressed media this week as training camp began. Jones believes Prescott's 2022 turnover troubles won't persist in 2023.

Expect the predictable. Jones told The Athletic that turnovers last year were unexpected. I expect Dak to protect the ball and not turn it over. My first thought of Dak is that. That's his talent."Romeo Doubs, a wide receiver, said, "we have the utmost confidence in him."

Last season, Prescott threw 3.8% interceptions despite a career 2%. Prescott should reduce his turnovers in 2023 to help the Cowboys compete.

Prescott recognized his turnover-prone season earlier this month. The quarterback believes he can recover. "We are a talking point," Prescott told ESPN. "Talk about whatever comes up first." I'm who I am."

Prescott and his teammates are studying Brian Schottenheimer's new offense. 2023 play-caller Mike McCarthy.

McCarthy is anticipated to employ a West Coast offense like he did with the Packers from 2006 through 2018. Sept. 10 marks the 2023 Cowboys' road opener versus the New York Giants.


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