During an appearance on 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones compared quarterback Dak Prescott to two of the NFL's best signal-callers in Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs and Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks.
While discussing the similarities and differences between Prescott and the likes of Mahomes and Wilson, Jones said the following:
"And obviously with their quarterback [Mahomes], who I think is at the highest level right now because of his— frankly, as much as just his natural ability to make plays, his mobility. And this guy's very quick and elusive and can get in and out of situations with his feet and buy time.
"The quarterback we played Sunday [Wilson] is of that kind of nature. He's very—has great ability to get in and out and then make the play, that play Dak made at the end of the game that got intercepted. Well, the result of Dak's ability that let him get that ball off was really great and outstanding. Well, these guys do that, have that ability a lot.
"They are very quick-footed and they are very—they have the unique ability to possibly take their eyes away from the field for a minute and then immediately focus back and see [former Cowboys quarterback Tony] Romo had that.
"And so he can turn his back on it and turn around and hand-eye and get it done quick. And so those are things that show up, and that's what's showing up with these guys. They're buying time with their feet, or buying time with their instincts and their feet."
The Cowboys' 38-31 loss to the Seahawks concluded Sunday when Prescott was intercepted in the end zone with 14 seconds remaining. Following a go-ahead touchdown pass from Wilson to DK Metcalf, Prescott drove Dallas to the Seattle 26-yard line before getting picked.