Mike McCarthy Announces This Week’s Plan For Dak Prescott

Mike McCarthy, Cowboys’ head coach, told reporters Monday via NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport that Prescott will be cleared by the medical staff so that they can practice on Wednesday.

The Detroit Lions game will be their sixth since Prescott was hurt in the season-opening defeat to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Although Jerry Jones is optimistic about a faster recovery, ESPN’s Todd Archer originally reported that a six- to eight-week recovery time was possible.

Prescott would have a good chance of playing in Week 7 if he returned Wednesday, but it is not a certainty. Archer says McCarthy would not commit to starting the two-time Pro Bowler against Detroit.

There was never a quarterback controversy. However, the Cowboys Rush team’s delusional pundits called him a fool and lost to the undefeated NFC East foes 26-17.

Rush helped Dallas win four out of five games with Prescott, but it was still a great team. The Cowboys are still in the playoff picture, despite placing third in their division.

Prescott will attempt to continue where he left off last season, when he threw 37 passing touchdowns. At AT&T Stadium, the Cowboys host the Lions this Sunday at noon. ET.

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