Brett Favre is astounded by what he sees from Dak Prescott.

In his eyes, he has done more than solidify himself as the Dallas Cowboys’ starting quarterback ahead of Tony Romo. Prescott has, according to Favre, firmly established himself as the “front-runner” for MVP of the NFL. His performance in the Cowboys’ 35-30 come-from-behind victory against Pittsburgh sealed that.

‘We are all fools if you do not mention Dak Prescott as an MVP candidate’

“Tony is a good friend of mine and I think he is a heck of a football player who has proved himself time and time again,” Favre said during his regular appearance on the SiriusXM Blitz. “But I’ll be honest with you, we all are fools if you do not mention Dak Prescott presently, today as an MVP candidate. Not rookie of the year.