Cowboys' Prescott Always Said He Was Ready, And Showing ItThe former Mississippi State standout keeps telling people he felt ready for the NFL from the beginning. And he keeps showing it after injuries to Tony Romo and Kellen Moore suddenly made him the starter.
Turnover-Free Dak Has Cowboys In Better Shape Without RomoWith turnover-free rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, the Dallas Cowboys are already in better shape than they were without Tony Romo in the early part of last season.
Cowboys Can Win Without RomoMaybe this time, the Cowboys really are ready to win without Tony Romo. A turnover-free Dak Prescott certainly helps in that regard. Dallas went 1-13 when Romo was unavailable last season.
Former QB Theismann Thinks Romo Should Walk Away From Football, While He Still CanFormer Washington Redskins great Joe Theismann has a strong opinion about Tony Romo's latest injury.
Tony Romo Heads List Of Declining NFL PlayersHere is a list of current NFL players who could start trending downward in 2016.
Jerry Jones Say Cowboys Won't Put Romo On Injured ReserveWith the Cowboys wrapping up the NFL preseason with the star quarterback injured, Dallas Cowboys Jerry Jones says Romo will not be placed on the injured reserve list.
Sanchez Joins Cowboys, Can Relate To Rookie Starter PrescottWhile Mark Sanchez has a new offense to learn in Dallas, the veteran quarterback sees another important element of his role in his first week as the backup with Dak Prescott preparing for the opener against the New York Giants.
Cowboys Set To Open Season With Prescott At QBTony Romo is injured again, and Dak Prescott is no longer the fourth-round draft pick who was expected to spend a couple of years soaking up NFL knowledge from the bench. The rookie quarterback is starting in the season opener.
Romo Stays On Cowboys' 53 And Here's WhyThe Cowboys have performed their roster-creating gymnastics and Tony Romo remains on the Dallas active roster.
Jones Says Romo Injury A "Setback" But Doesn't Kill His Optimism For 2016 SeasonEven though Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones admitted that losing starting QB Tony Romo to a back injury in the preseason is a setback - it doesn't kill his optimistic view for a successful 2016 season.
Cowboys To Look For QB In 'The Second Draft'It’s the cut-down days waiver wires (due Aug. 30 and Sept. 3) when teams slice their rosters to 53, leaving on the street viable talent … and giving scouting departments a second crack at guys they liked or even missed on.
Romo Injury Makes Rookie Prescott Sudden Starter For Dallas CowboysDak Prescott grew up rooting for the Dallas Cowboys in Louisiana. He suddenly finds himself in line to start their opener as a rookie quarterback with Tony Romo sidelined by yet another back injury.