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Micah Parsons Expects Cowboys to Make Dak Prescott Incredibly Rich

Dak Prescott’s production this season has vaulted the Cowboys quarterback into the NFL MVP conversation as we head into Week 15.

The two-time Pro Bowl signal-caller, who leads the NFL in touchdown passes (28), has the full support of the Cowboys’ best defensive player Micah Parsons.

Parsons shared that Prescott’s leadership and dedication off the field is a major factor why the face of the Dallas franchise is poised to become one of the NFL’s highest-paid players once he eventually signs a contract extension, as many expect.

“The year he is putting together, we’re going to be looking at one of the richest men in America,” Parsons said on his podcast The Edge With Micah Parsons.

Parsons, who still has two seasons remaining on his rookie contract, expects the quarterback to have his back since he’s vocalizing Prescott’s MVP campaign.

“I know Dak’s going to take care of me for the rest of my life because I am supporting him,” Parsons said. “Thank you Dak. I am going to let you adopt me since you are having a daughter in March—congratulations on that too.”

The Cowboys (10-3) will look to extend their five-game winning streak when they head to Highmark Stadium to face the Bills (7–6) on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET.


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