Cowboys QB Officially Off Injury Report, Set To Return

The Dallas Cowboys suffered their first loss with Cooper Rush at Quarterback a week ago against the still undefeated Philadelphia Eagles, and a week later, it has now been confirmed that starting QB Dak Prescott is in line to make his return when the Detroit Lions come to town on Sunday. Prescott injured the thumb on his throwing hand in the teams opening week loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and after inching closer over the past few weeks, the Cowboys now have their QB back, with an impressive 4-2 record intact, ready to attack the second half of the 2022 season.

While some believe Rush should stay in as the starter, the team has been great with Prescott at QB over the past few seasons, proving a year ago that he belongs among the best Quarterback's in the NFL, finishing the year with an impressive 104 passer rating.

This is a new year however, and the Cowboys have managed to find 4 victories while he's been out injured, and with good momentum being built up, his return will show where this team is at, because they can either improve with him back, or it could be a chemistry killer. Only time will tell.

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