Stock Up, Stock Down: Which Cowboys investments paid off?
Now that Mike McCarthy is settling in at his new job as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and and is rounding out his staff, it’s time to finally take a look back at their season.
It won’t be remembered as a fun year in the team’s history, but it was filled with many ups and downs. Fans were heavily invested in the season, and may feel like they didn’t get a proper return on their investment. Which shares of the team were profitable and which succumbed to market pressure?
Stock Up: QB Dak Prescott
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It was the best season in Prescott’s career, as he set new highs in every major passing category. The 30 touchdown tosses and almost to 5,000 yards passing were good enough to place him inside the top four in the NFL for both categories.
Prescott’s w ...