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Greg Cosell's QB Study: Is Dak Prescott ready to shine?

Dak Prescott (AP) With one hit on Tony Romo, rookie Dak Prescott went from an intriguing preseason story to the Dallas Cowboys’ starting quarterback. Romo will miss a significant portion of the regular season with a broken bone in his back, so we have to examine Prescott differently. He’s no longer a rookie who can develop behind Romo. He has to play right away. The good news is Prescott has shown some advanced quarterbacking skills, albeit in preseason games.
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