Meet the new starting QB in Dallas.
Tony Romo had to miss three quarters of the 2015 season with a broken collarbone.
The Dallas fan base had to swallow a tough 2015 year and watch their beloved Cowboys struggle to a shameful 4 and 12 record. 2016 was supposed to be a rebound year, but now many are doubtful that will happen after the Cowboy’s third preseason game saw Romo go down with a broken bone in his back.
He will be out at least 6 to 10 weeks which opens the door for rookie quarterback Dak Prescott to take the reins. Prescott played a respected college career at Mississippi State and has looked good thus far in the preseason. There is a small sample size to judge from, but it seems that the offense has better flow when Dak is calling the shots.
I am going to go out on a limb with a bold prediction, Tony Romo will not be the starter for the Dallas Cowboys when he heals from yet another injury. Dak Prescott is the real deal and Dallas is about to put their faith in a new quarterback.