Ranking the NFC East starting quarterbacks from worst to best

Who is the best signal-caller in the NFC East?
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1. Dak Prescott

As crazy as it sounds since the Cowboys have not been to a conference championship game since 1995 and Prescott has only won two playoff games since he became the starter, he's No. 1 on our list here. How so?

Prescott is coming off an amazing season for the Cowboys in 2023, as he had 36 touchdown passes and did a much better job taking care of the football, as he only had nine interceptions after having 15 in 12 games played the year before. Yes, Prescott and the Cowboys were embarrassed at home in the first round of the playoffs by the Green Bay Packers, but his overall numbers can't be ignored.

With CeeDee Lamb expected back for Dallas despite not attending OTA's and the return of running back Ezekiel Elliott, Prescott could be due for another great season in Dallas despite running back Tony Pollard and wide receiver Michael Gallup now no longer around. Even though Dallas has lacked success in the playoffs, Prescott's numbers, especially those he displayed this past season, make him the best quarterback in the division entering 2024. We'll see if he lives up to the hype.