Cowboys will remain ‘open-minded’ about Tony Romo vs. Dak Prescott

The Dallas Cowboys don’t see a reason to rush into a decision when it comes to the debate concerning Tony Romo and Dak Prescott.

Prescott has played quite well during Romo’s absence and unexpectedly has the team rolling, causing some to suggest he should keep the job no matter when Romo returns.

Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys will consider all options:

The last note is rather damning, only fanning the growing flames that the Cowboys don’t have much of a decision to make here. Romo hasn’t been able to stay healthy for years. Throwing him back under center and disrupting an offense that has tallied a 4-1 record and the lead in the NFC East isn’t the best idea.

Though reports have suggested Prescott has “zero chance” of keeping the job once Romo returns to active duty, it appears the tide has started to turn.

Should the Cowboys keep winning, the tidal wave of momentum will keep pushing away the likelihood Romo takes the job back.

Chris Roling

About Chris Roling

Chris is an Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism graduate and associate editor here at TSD. He also covers breaking news and the NFL at Bleacher Report and resides in Athens (OH) with his wife and two dogs.

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