Prescott figuring out how to go unnoticed in Dallas

He may be a rookie in the NFL, but Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is already a veteran at avoiding public attention.

The 23-year-old passer has had increasing numbers of people recognize him in the Dallas area after each game he starts, so Prescott's been finding ways around the attention.

"People in the drive-thru ask me if I'm Dak," Prescott said, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. "I tell them no. I tell them yes as I drive off."

Prescott says he goes home and studies his playbook, occupying his free time with video games.

Given the level of attention being a Cowboys player in Dallas draws, the rookie's prepared to temporarily change his appearance if it becomes necessary.

"Nah, I haven't tried (a disguise) yet," Prescott said. "I may put on a wig or something here soon."

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