Rookie Dak Prescott has been a nice surprise filling in the injured Tony Romo. His stellar play—he’s led the Cowboys to a 4-1 record and has yet to throw a pick—would seem to have ignited a quarterback controversy.
But not so, according to unnamed sources close to the situation, who says the team has every intention of handing the reins to Romo as soon as he returns from a back injury.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that there’s “zero chance” that Romo does not reclaim the start at quarterback once he’s cleared to play by team doctors. He claims an unnamed source says Dak has done fine, but “he hasn’t exactly been lighting it up” pointing out that only seven of his 131 completed passes have gone for more than 20 yards.
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How do you feel about the suggestion there is “zero chance” Dak will start over a healthy Romo?