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With Dak Prescott playing well, Cowboys have tough decision to make when Tony Romo returns

Nobody runs a quarterback keeper quite like Dak Prescott. When he gets a starting quarterback job, he keeps it. It happened at Haughton (La.) High School, after starter Matt Smith suffered a broken finger on his throwing hand. It happened at Mississippi State, after starter Tyler Russell sustained...
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