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Der nächste QB, der den Markt zurücksetzt, ist *überprüft Notizen* Dak Prescott?

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The NFL has officially reached the point where it is set to conquer and redefine the quarterback contract market.

Reportedly, Dak Prescott could be next in line to earn a whopping $60 million per season.

Prescott had a fantastic 2023 season, but how does Jerry Jones justify paying the quarterback so much money?

Sure, one can post good numbers and win some games, but only two QBs have won more than one Super Bowl title in the last decade: Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.

Brady is currently retired and Mahomes seems positioned to succeed TB12 as the NFL’s GOAT QB. To narrow it down further: Mahomes and Brady have won four of the last five Major Games.

However, we have seen Mahomes sign a more team-friendly contract, allowing the Chiefs to build a team of Super Bowl caliber around him.

One would have to look back several years to find the last time any of the other Top 10 highest-paid QBs won everything in 2023. That would be Russell Wilson in 2014 and Aaron Rodgers in 2011.

Joe Burrow and Jalen Hurts each made an appearance in a Super Bowl – and lost.

Of the other names on this list – Lamar Jackson, Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray, Deshaun Watson, and Josh Allen – only the reigning MVP and the Bills signal caller have reached a Conference Championship game.

With Jim Harbaugh as the new head coach, Herbert’s fate could possibly turn for the better. Despite Cleveland starting five different QBs, they reached the playoffs. But Watson’s deal was a terrible investment, as evidenced by not only his character but also his poor performance.

Burrow is recovering from an injury, and Hurts – and the Eagles as a whole – regressed last season.

Is Dak worth more than the aforementioned quarterbacks?

These huge QB contracts are great for the players who can get them, but they greatly harm the roster by keeping or acquiring other key figures. It’s truly a tough situation for NFL front offices because at this point, it’s clear that one hardly has any chance at winning it all without a so-called franchise QB. But when you take a closer look at who actually wins Super Bowls, and realize that it’s only a few guys, maybe it’s time to rethink the whole idea of paying QBs to keep up with the Joneses.

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