Dak Prescott believes the Dallas Cowboys made strides in their joint practice against the Broncos.
On Thursday, the Broncos hosted the Cowboys at their training camp facility, and things got chippy between the two teams.
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Despite the chippiness, Prescott believes the team improved their offensive execution.
We got better,” “We took a step. You go on the road and play in someone else’s practice environment, things can get chippy. But when you put that to the side and look at the X’s and O’s and execution. We took a step.”
Clarence Hill Jr. of the Star-Telegram notes that Prescott impressed in practice with his play.
Prescott was sharp and accurate most of the day. He completed nine of his first 10 passes, 14 of 18 and was 20 of 26 before ending the day 24 of 33. Prescott threw a touchdown pass to receiver CeeDee Lamb. But he also had an interception to safety Justin Simmons and was undone by at least two drops, including one on a potential big play to rookie receiver Jalen Tolbert.