No QB Change Coming In Dallas For Week 5

The Dallas Cowboys started the season 0-1, on top of losing their starting Quarterback Dak Prescott, and unfortunately, many people around the NFL thought it could derail their entire season, with the young Cooper Rush taking over as the teams starter. While Prescott is seemingly on track to return when the team expected, it won't be happening early, as owner Jerry Jones confirmed today that Dak still doesn't have the grip in his throwing hand to play at the NFL level.

Thankfully for Dallas fans, Rush has been great in his time as the teams starter, going undefeated and taking the team to a 3-1 record, tied for second place with New York in the NFC East, behind only the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles. When Prescott gets back, there's likely going to be no Quarterback controversy, as he's been the starter and the face of this franchise for years, but at this point, Rush is making a solid argument to be the starter going forward.

The Cowboys have been searching for an elusive playoff win for years, and while the Quarterback position may not be their biggest weakness, it's one spot that they certainly need to get figured out if they want to go on a run in 2022.

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