“He’s been doing some great things, but at the end of the day he’s a rookie quarterback,” Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko said. “We have to make sure we go out there and get after him.”
The Cincinnati pass rush got off to a slow start with just four sacks in the first three games, but the Bengals got to Miami’s Ryan Tannehill five times last week.
Now they’re tasked with keeping that production going against a guy in Prescott who plays behind what many consider to be the best offensive line in the league.
“We hear a lot about their offensive line and a lot about this Dallas Cowboys offense, but we’ll see what happens Sunday,” Peko said. “We might be hearing about this Bengals defense after this.”