The Dallas Cowboys lost their most memorable round of the 2022 season in a humiliating design. Surprisingly more dreadful, they lost their quarterback for the not-so-distant future.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said quarterback Dak Prescott experienced a break close to his right thumb on his tossing hand.
He hit the hand of Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Shaq Barrett, while making a pass late in the final quarter.
Prescott left the game, given the injury. He kept an eye on the sideline before running to the storage space.
"Thought I stuck it. I've hit my hand on protective caps or bodies a ton in my profession. The next play acknowledged I could not hold the ball," Prescott said. "It's extremely frustrating. Yet, wounds occur. You can't be guaranteed to control it. Simply appalling. Going to miss a few times, not show up for my group, and that is the very thing harms more than anything, particularly after the beginning that we just put out there."
Jones said Prescott is set to have a medical procedure on Monday and will probably be out for considerable time. ESPN reports he'll miss the following six to eight games.
"We figured we might surely have more consummations, we could run the ball more and better than we. Also, that is its aftereffect. However, honestly, every one of that takes a secondary lounge to the way that as we proceed here for the following couple of weeks, we will be going ahead without Dak," Jones said.
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