On Sunday, Dak Prescott becomes the first rookie quarterback to ever start a postseason game for the Dallas Cowboys.
Prescott will face off against Packers elite QB Aaron Rodgers.
Rodgers, Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Russell Wilson have already earned Super Bowl rings.
Alex smith, Brock Osweiler, Matt Ryan and Dak Prescott are hoping to be fitted for rings next month.
“I want to get to where those guys are. I want to win multiple Super Bowls in this league. It’s great just going against those guys on the other side and watching them, but knowing I have a good team that can beat ’em,” Prescott said.
The Cowboys rookie QB seems unfazed by the enormity of the task ahead.
It’s probably part of his DNA. He’s a really poised, composed person. He’s got great perspective on life, great perspective on football.
“It’s a big game. Win or go home. I know the importance of that and it’s a great position we’ve put ourselves in,” Head Coach Jason Garrett said.
Across the field Sunday will be a 2-time league MVP, a guy who won a Super Bowl AT&T Stadium and has led his team to seven straight wins, while throwing 19 touchdowns and no picks. He’s the hottest QB in the league
“He’s been hot for about nine years! He’s a great football player, always has been. He just plays the game at a really, really high level.” Garrett said.
The cowboys square off against the Packers on Sunday at 3:40 p.m. in Dallas.