Have to agree with Joe on this one!!
If he signs a five-year contract at $34 million, that’s $170 million and probably $115-20 of it is guaranteed," Theismann said on CBS Sports Radio. "What, are you crazy? Are you really, really nuts? Has somebody got into your head and said, ‘It’s worth the risk of disrupting the football team?'"
Theismann later added that he doesn't think Prescott is a top five quarterback in the league and doesn't deserve a new deal.
Even if he isn't a top five signal caller (though calling him a top 10 quarterback is by no means outlandish), Prescott is going to be 27 next season, and he's coming off of a year in which he almost threw for 5,000 yards despite suffering more dropped passes than any other quarterback under Jason Garrett's tutelage. Even without that added context, his numbers warrant a new contract.