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Sorry, Tony: Win over Bengals Gives Dak Prescott Ownership of Cowboys Offense

We're watching a changing of the guard in Dallas. When quarterback Tony Romo injured his back in the preseason, Cowboys Nation panicked, fearful that yet another season was down the tubes complements of yet another Romo injury. That panic was alleviated somewhat by the strong play in the preseason from rookie Dak Prescott. The hope was that Prescott could hold down the fort—keep the Cowboys from falling too far off the pace in the NFC East until Romo returns.
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