Dak Prescott’s viral gesture with a disabled fan that has garnered him plenty of plaudits


Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott has been under plenty of scrutiny this season. Amid a recent storm of criticism, the player himself recognized at the end of October that it’s getting “hard to miss”.  “I try to miss a lot of it. But it’s hard to miss. I try to miss a lot of it. But it’s hard to miss,” he said. “I’ve been in this organization eight years, whether you bitch about it or not, it’s not going to stop.”

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Prescott continued, clearly determined to prove his doubters wrong. “That’s just how it goes. To me, it’s fun. Because when things go our way and we win this thing, it’s going to make it all that much sweeter.”

Despite recent pressure, the quarterback received plenty of plaudits for a touching gesturehe made with a disabled fan in the stands at the Cowboy’s recent game against the Eagles. After spotting the man in the stands at the AT&T Stadium, he approached him before having a chat and giving him a big hug.

The moment was captured on video and quickly went viral on social media. “Dak Prescott, great guy. He’s the last guy in the league anyone should be hating on, he does so much amazing work for his community, cares about others, and has been through so much in his life and overcome it,” was the caption of the video which was published by MLFootball on X. There were plenty of comments praising the Cowboys star who shared the positive sentiment.


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