All eyes are on the quarterback position for the Dallas Cowboys. In what is certainly a promising change,
but could end up being more subterfuge than anything else, the franchise QB enters the weekend with a chance to don shoulder
pads. Dak Prescott has been on the shelf since breaking his thumb in the fourth quarter of the Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers. He underwent surgery the following day and ever since fans have waited with bated breath on his return.
Jerry “Optimist Prime” Jones attempted to tease fans Prescott could return in a few weeks,
but five weeks later the club is preparing for Cooper Rush’s fifth-straight start.
But for the first time since Week 1, Prescott has an injury designation other than Out,
which is a huge ramp up as he was a limited practice participant for the first time on Thursday.
He followed it up with another limited practice on Friday and is listed as questionable.
Now, that doesn’t even mean that he’ll be Rush’s backup on Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles, but by Lloyd Christmas it does mean there’s a chance.