Jerry Jones wants everyone in Dallas to know that there’s no quarterback controversy.
Although backup quarterback Cooper Rush won three consecutive starts after starter Dak Prescott was injured in his thumb, that is not enough to allow him to take over when Prescott comes back.
Jones stated the same when asked about it by a Dallas radio station Tuesday morning.
“No. No. Jones stated, “As I see it today.”
Prescott is currently making his way back from his thumb surgery. Prescott could be back in time for Sunday’s match against the Los Angeles Rams. However, the Cowboys may be able to save him for the Oct. 16 meeting against the Philadelphia Eagles.
It would be a good idea, considering Rush’s play. He’s thrown for 673 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions in his last three games.
The Cowboys are also within striking distance of him in the NFC East. They are only one game behind the Philadelphia Eagles going into Week 5.
Kickoff for Cowboys – Rams will take place at 4:25 PM. ET on October 9.