Dak Prescott does exactly what Cowboys fans feared he would vs. 49ers

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott did exactly what fans feared he would against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night at Levi’s Stadium.

Prescott, 29, led the NFL in interceptions during the regular season despite missing a handful of games with injury.

He continued his poor streak in the first half of the Divisional Round, throwing an interception before finally getting on the board late in the second frame.

After kicker Brett Maher missed yet another extra point, Prescott and company took a chance on 4th & 4.

Prescott picked up a first down on the ground and then went on to throw his second pick of the night.

Defensive clash between Cowboys, 49ers

Niners cornerback Deommodore Lenoir was on the receiving end of Prescott’s first INT and Kurt Warner picked him off the second time.

Both teams have struggled to put up points, so far, with the kickers taking care of scoring.

Cowboys runing back Tony Pollard was ruled out of the game after going down with an ankle injury.

As of this publication, Cowboys and 49ers are all even at nine points apiece, but there’s still a quarter-and-a-half left to play.