Terrible Dak Prescott interception has NY Giants fans ready for Week 1

Giants supporters are trolling the Dallas QB on Twitter for this rough INT

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The countdown to Week 1 has reached less than six weeks. For Sunday Night Football to open the season, the Dallas Cowboys and NY Giants will go to battle. It goes without saying, but the Daniel Jones vs. Dak Prescott matchup will be among the headlines.

Jones has been looking sharp at training camp and so has Prescott. However, there's one throw in particular that the Dallas signal-caller is going to want back from Monday's practice. Plain and simple, Prescott tossed a terrible ball and it had interception written all over it.

Giants fans have seen this clip and they're loving every second of it. Now, people in New York and New Jersey are even more excited for Prescott to take the field at MetLife Stadium come Sept. 10.

Dak Prescott vs. Daniel Jones will be amazing to watch come Week 1

It's easy for us to call out Prescott from the comfort of our own homes, but come on, he's not a rookie anymore and he simply can't float the ball up like that. Defensive back Malik Hooker didn't even need to break a sweat in moving over to come down with the easy INT.

While Giants fans can laugh at Prescott now, there's no question that the talented QB will be a potential problem for the Big Blue secondary this season. Prescott missed the Week 3 Monday Night Football showdown last fall, but he was on the field for the Thanksgiving Day meeting.

In that contest, a Cowboys 28-20 victory, Prescott tossed for 261 yards, two touchdowns, but also two interceptions. Prescott is also no stranger to taking care of business vs. the G-Men, as he holds a 10-2 record against the East Rutherford side.

However, Big Blue supporters are hopeful that Jones and the NY offense can be electric from start to finish in 2023 - and that the unit can start the season off with a bang vs. Dallas. We'll see how things go once Sept. 10 arrives, but the G-Men faithful sure are feeling confident now.

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