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Look: Trevon Diggs Has Message For Dak Prescott's Critic

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Dak Prescott must end one of the worst funks of his career to take the Dallas Cowboys deep into the playoffs.

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Despite a thumb injury limiting him to 12 games, Prescott tied Davis Mills with an NFL-high 15 interceptions. He threw 11 in the final seven games and only completed 14 of 37 passes in last Sunday's 26-6 loss to the Washington Commanders.

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Speaking for The 33rd Team, Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs expressed confidence in Prescott turning the corner and silencing his skeptics.

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"I know what Dak's going to do," Diggs said. "I know he's a winner. ...I know he's going to come back with a stronger game, so I'm never sweating. I'm never tripping. I know Dak is going to lead us to where we need to go."

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Some critics would like to see the Cowboys win a meaningful game before calling Prescott a winner. 

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Football is a team sport, so a quarterback shouldn't assume all the credit or blame. Yet the Cowboys only have one playoff victory since his arrival in 2016.

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An unflattering narrative about the most discussed team's signal-caller will likely intensify if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat them Monday night. On the other hand, Prescott can quickly halt concerns about his recent turnover woes with a strong showing.

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The first-round NFC playoff clash starts at 8:15 p.m. ET on ABC and ESPN.