It was just last Wednesday morning when Bigg Q (of TeamBoydTv) and I was on the Three and Out show taking about the future of the Dallas Cowboys rookie quarter back Dak Prescott. He was playing so well in the post-season we had a debate about his rookie season in the NFL; I always believed that you a rookie quarterback should sit out his first season so he can learn the nuances and speed at the professional level while Bigg Q believe that if the young man is ready just throw him in there and let him learn on-the-fly (https://youtu.be/NLixX132fy0).
Well, I guess we have our answer just three days from that episode because it has been reported that an MRI revealed the Cowboys starting quarterback Tony Romo has suffered a broken bone in his back, and a source stated that the injury will sideline Romo for 6-10 weeks.
Romo suffered the injury on a hit from Seattle Seahawks linebacker Cliff Avril during Thursday’s preseason game.
Kellen Moore (broken ankle) is expected to be out for even longer than Romo, leaving the 6’2″/238 lbs. Prescott and 2015 UDFA Jameill Showers as the only healthy quarterbacks on the roster. The Cowboys will sign a veteran to replace Showers as the No. 2 quarterback.but it will be
The fourth-round rookie has exceeded the most optimistic of expectations this preseason, completing 39 of 50 passes for 454 yards and five touchdowns, with two rushing touchdowns and no fumbles or interceptions.
The Dak Prescott show will air ahead of schedule on Week 1 against the New York Giants. The NFL and fans everywhere will stay tuned.