Stephen A. Smith accepts just a single man can save the Dallas Ranchers and he's as of now in the structure.

Talking on "First Take" Wednesday morning, the ESPN character and noted Rancher skeptic uncovered that

 Dallas' concerns are fixable on the off chance that one player appears... Dak Prescott.

Assuming that you take a gander at the Dallas Cowpokes so many of their issues is settled

in the event that limited appears and balls out. That is the quarterback.

Prescott has tossed block attempts in everything except one of his four games this season,

counting two overwhelming picks in the OT misfortune at Lambeau on Sunday.

Numerous Cattle rustlers fans have required the group to take action for Odell Beckham Jr. to save the offense, as Dallas' edge weapons are as yet deficient with regards to behind CeeDee Sheep.

Notwithstanding, the Ranchers will require additional predictable play from their $160 million quarterback assuming that they anticipate

isolating themselves in the jam-packed NFC East. Similar to what they got from Cooper Rush in his five beginnings this season.