Dallas Cowboys Officially Reveal If Tony Romo Will Be The Starting Quarterback
Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo will not get his starting quarterback job back when he returns from injury.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told the media late Sunday night, “We’re going to let this decision in this case make itself. Dak’s got a hot hand and we’re going to go with it.” (SLIDESHOW: 12 Times Kristine Leahy Looked Absolutely Stunning [SLIDESHOW])
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones: “We’re going to let this decision in this case make itself. Dak’s got a hot hand and we’re going to go with it.”
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 14, 2016
There had been serious questions about whether or not the Cowboys would stick with rookie Dak Prescott or if Romo would ultimately get his job back. Prescott has been playing at an elite level for the majority of the season, and the Cowboys are rolling right now with an 8-1 record. It’s going to be hard to see a situation where Prescott loses his job in the final seven games.