Attention NFL defenses: Dak Prescott does not fear your opposing D line or their pass-rush. But throw on a mascot costume? That’s a different story.
On Tuesday night’s episode of HBO’s “Hard Knocks,” Cowboys QB Dak Prescott admitted he fears one thing: people in costumes. During a group meeting attended by Ezekiel Elliott, the man under center in Big D explained his dread of disguises to his number one back.
“You think that’s that person in the costume, you don’t know who the [expletive] he is,” Prescott, who has battled shoulder soreness this offseason, told Elliott. “He’s up to something.
“That’s why I never did anything haunted. I used to tell my mom: ‘That’s the perfect place to kill somebody. Why would I do that?’ I told her that, she understood, never made me. Y’all think it’s a fake chainsaw, you don’t know if one of them crazy [expletive] put a blade on that [expletive] one day.”
Vikings fans, take note: the Cowboys play on Halloween this year in Minnesota – on Sunday Night Football. Your move, Viktor the Viking.
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