Social media reacts as Dak Prescott's brother bashes Eagles QB Jalen Hurts

Dak Prescott's brother is annoying. That's it. That's the take.
Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys (L), Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (R)
Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys (L), Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles (R) / Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Tad Prescott... The last name we know. It's a relatively recognizable football name, one owned by his brother, Dak Prescott. Perhaps you have heard of the latter dude. He's QB1 of one of the Philadelphia Eagles' fiercest rivals, those disgusting Dallas Cowboys.

Like them or not (and we hate them), they always make for an interesting conversation. You guessed it. Here we are engaged in another.

There's a New York Yankees, Los Angeles Lakers, and Alabama Crimson Tide-type vibe with Dallas. They're one of the biggest brands in their respective sport. Everyone either loves them or they hate them.

For that reason, Dak Prescott will ALWAYS be mentioned for one reason or another. He isn't just a quarterback. He's the Cowboys' quarterback, but why must we be punished by having to listen to the meaningless rants of Tad?

Tad Prescott shares ranking of the NFL's top quarterbacks, and his theories on Jalen Hurts have sparked a discussion.

By now, you have probably heard the news. The seemingly always annoying Tad Prescott hung out on the highly popular I AM ATHLETE brand. He named his list of the NFL's top ten quarterbacks. His brother, as you might imagine, made the cut. Jalen Hurts didn't, but it's what he said about Jalen that was disrespectful.

First of all, Tad's list went left when he named his brother the second-best quarterback in the National Football League. Dak played his arse off last year. As much as we hate to admit that, it's true, but come on... Dak Prescott? Top two?

Here's another serious question. Why in Hades are we listening to Tad Prescott about anything? We'd rather read social media ramblings than listen to Tad Prescott.

Let's do that. Here's what's being said on X.

Let's make long stories short. Jalen Hurts finished second in MVP voting after the 2022 season. Last season, he was the favorite to win the award after Philly beat the Buffalo Bills to improve to 10-1.

Jalen looked bad down the stretch. We get it. There's no denying that. Might he need his legs more than we let on? Maybe...

The Philadelphia Eagles, however, can do a lot worse than Jalen Hurts. We believe. We'll see what happens in Kellen Moore's offense.

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