What is going on with Dak Prescott? It’s the most popular Cowboys question going into Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.

Everyone has been weighing in. From Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to former Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson to Prescott himself.

Dallas’ franchise quarterback was considered an MVP favorite through the first six games. Prescott was completing 73 percent of his passes, averaging 302 passing yards per game with 16 touchdowns to only four interceptions. His passer rating was 115.0.

But he strained his right calf on the final play against the New England Patriots in Week 6 and hasn’t been the same since.

In Prescott’s six starts since returning from the calf injury, he has completed 63 percent of his passes, averaging 261 passing yards per game with eight touchdowns and six interceptions. His passer rating in those six is 82.8.

Jones admitted earlier this week on 105.3 The Fan that it’s “probably fair” to say Prescott is in a slump. From head coach Mike McCarthy to offensive coordinator Kellen Moore to Prescott, no one else has wanted to acknowledge the same this week.

“I said this when he came back and I didn’t want to harp on it because we need him on the field more than anything,” former Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin said this week on The Fan, “but I thought his gaits were different. I think he’s healthy, but like any human, maybe hesitant because of what he’s already gone through. Healthy is a structural thing, that means structurally, I am fine. I believe structurally he is fine. Mentally, there are still things to overcome.

“He deserves us raving about his comeback and how he’s played in the comeback, but it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t mess with his head, the reality of the thought going back to it. Because I know how much it messed with my head after I came off that knee surgery. The reality of the thought of possibly having to deal with it again.”

Prescott said Thursday that he is not dealing with any injuries.