Cowboys Dak Prescott runs for a first down in the 2022 NFC Playoffs | NFL

Dak Prescott is on a mission to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Dallas. The 30-year-old quarterback is now the team’s singular franchise player with the departure of his longtime running back Ezekiel Elliott. So, he’s willing to be all he can be in order to sharpen his skills for a Super Bowl run.

Dak Prescott calls an audible during the 2022 NFC Playoffs | NFL – YouTube

Perhaps that’s why back in July, Prescott In July, booked a three-day stay at Lake Oconee in Georgia for himself and more than a dozen of his Cowboys offensive teammates. They not only went through some drills and discussion about Dallas’ destiny, they were also treated to a crash course in discipline by some dedicated warriors.

O2X Human Performance  is an achievement-minded consulting firm founded by a trio of ex-U.S. Navy SEALs who paid the group a very special visit. Their mission, as the report states, was to help Prescott polish the offense to precision. They say they wanted to heighten team chemistry before the Cowboys’ actual training camp even started — all with the goal to “incrementally get 1% better.”

“I don’t wanna just be culture, culture and how to build a better culture because we’re good on that — it’s more about how to use your culture,” Prescott said about the SEAL idea to Yahoo Sports. “It doesn’t mean anything if guys aren’t telling us what they’re sacrificing or what they’re trying to get better at, and if other guys aren’t holding them to that.”

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In March, Prescott and his marketing agent Peter Miller met with former Navy SEALs Adam La Reau and Paul McCullough over dinner to hear about the company. After that, the QB became convinced that the group’s plan, called“Optimize to the X,” could be a key to getting his team over the top.

It must have worked for the Cowboys in week one. Prescott himself didn’t put up huge numbers (going 13-of-24 for 143 yards while rushing only once for six yards), but Dallas still blanked their NFC East rivals, the New York Giants, 40-0. The team’s defense looked fantastic, which could be a sign of things to come for Commander Dak and his troops in the trenches.

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