Dak Prescott eyes Super Bowl

The Cowboys and Dak Prescott have until July 15 to agree on a long-term deal and it sounds like the odds are against that happening.

If the two sides do not come to an agreement, Prescott will play under the franchise tag (valued at $31.4 million).

The Chiefs just handed Patrick Mahomes a massive, $504 million deal and while Prescott won’t reach those heights on a new contract, he is looking to land a pact that makes him one of the highest-paid QBs in the league. Something that tops Russell Wilson‘s $35 million per year deal would suit the former fourth-round pick.

The Cowboys have made the postseason in two of Prescott’s four seasons as the starter, winning one playoff game. Dallas is -260 to make the postseason in 2020 (Fan Duel).