Dak Prescott “Looking At” 1 Game On Cowboys Schedule As Return Date

Dak Prescott is working with the Dallas Cowboys to set a return date for the starting quarterback.

Prescott, who broke his thumb in Week 1 while throwing, is hoping to return for Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams.

“Nah, probably not,” Prescott told Lorenzo Reyes of USA Today Sports when asked about playing in Week 4. “But Week 5 against the Rams? That’s the one I’m looking at.”

Prescott had stitches taken out of his thumb after surgery on Monday. Prescott tossed just a few passes prior to the Cowboys’ Monday Night game despite swelling in his right thumb.

Mike McCarthy, the head coach, says that there is no timeline when Prescott will begin throwing full-tilt.

Two consecutive wins have been won by the Cowboys without Prescott. The Dallas team has won two consecutive games without Prescott, thanks to undrafted backup Cooper Rush. This brings the team’s record up to 2-1.

Rush will be looking to win another victory over Washington Commanders Week 5.

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