Peter Schrager: I don't think Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott deserves bigger contract than Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck, Patrick Mahomes




 

The "Good Morning Football" crew discusses Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott and how much he should be paid.

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