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The Cowboys won't even think about replacing Dak Prescott until Tony Romo is '100 percent'

Even then, there's no guarantee that Romo will get his old job back. The Dallas Cowboys seem to be buying themselves more time when it comes to deciding whether Tony Romo will retake his starting job from Dak Prescott when he returns from injury. According to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, a decision will only be made once Romo is "100 percent healthy." That means Prescott could remain in the lineup following their Week 7 bye.
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