Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott seems to be completely focused on how to beat the Denver Broncos rather than achieving a notable milestone this weekend. The 24-year-old is on the verge of becoming the first player ever in NFL history to have five or fewer interceptions on the career-first 500 passes thrown. The Mississipi State product threw just four interceptions on his 498 career-attempts so far.

Prescott completed 24-of-39 of his passes in a Week 1 19-3 win over their division-rivals New York Giants. Prescott's focus now has turned to Week 2, where he would love to lead Dallas to a 2-0 record this weekend Colorado.

Should a highly unexpected scenario happen -- to see Prescott open the game with back-to-back interceptions against the Broncos -- he wouldn't achieve the milestone.

"Yeah. I mean, to me it's just numbers. The milestone doesn't mean anything," Prescott said, per ESPN. "As I said my main focus is taking care of the ball. Keeping the ball in our team's hands. So I mean, whatever the stat is, the first or whatever it is, really doesn't mean nothing. Just got to keep going out there and taking care of the ball week and week out."

Prescott praises Miller

Prescott remains highly cautious ahead of the game as he is well-aware of the Von Miller challenge. Broncos linebacker Miller is not a welcomed sight for many quarterbacks eyes as he is one of the best in the business.

The 2016 Super Bowl champion and MVP will be eyeing to disturb the Cowboys' offense by trying to get to Prescott and cause the pressure on the quarterback.

Prescott and Miller are set to meet for the first time on the field. Dallas and Denver last played against each other in the fall of 2013. Prescott has just entered his sophomore season as he drafted by the Cowboys in round four of the 2016 NFL draft.

"I mean, he is one a one of a kind guy in (the) NFL. And he's a Pro Bowl last year, and then an All-Pro year, and then the year out for a season," Prescott praised Miller.

Prescott confident in teammates

However, Prescott has the full confidence that Dallas' offensive line will "get the job done" against the Broncos and Miller.

The Cowboys have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. Miller will also have a tough job of breaking the line and getting to Prescott. The linebacker made four tackles and had no sacks in Denver's 24-21 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday.

"But we go in to get -- we have the guys that we have and they're going to give us good looks, and we trust our tackles and our offensive line going into the game," Prescott acknowledged.