"We'll make that connection," Prescott said Wednesday, via the Dallas Morning News. "I'll put the ball in a better place. He'll make those catches."
Bryant caught Prescott's first pass of the game for eight yards on the opening drive and was shut out the rest of the way by an improved Giants defense. Bryant had a touchdown overturned, and Prescott missed him on a couple of deep off-target shots.
The prevailing thought entering the season was that the rookie quarterback would lean on Bryant's playmaking, perhaps even force the ball to the Pro Bowler too often. Instead, Prescott spread the ball around, completing passes to seven different targets.
Prescott reiterated that he wants to get Bryant more involved, but won't force the issue.
"We'll get him the ball as it comes up in our offense," he said. "We're not gonna single out and say Dez has to get the ball on this play."
After one week as the starter, Prescott isn't panicking over the lack of touchdown drives or Byrant's nearly empty stat sheet.