For the next few months, it appears that the Dallas Cowboys will be in serious trouble.
After suffering an injury to his thumb during Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dak Prescott, starting quarterback, will undergo surgery.
Cooper Rush will be next to start. But for how long? Cowboys may trade for a veteran quarterback to give them a better chance of winning.
Tyler Huntley, Lamar Jackson’s backup quarterback, is one of the most talked about veteran quarterbacks.
“I would call Baltimore and see if they would trade me Tyler Huntley,” ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky said on Monday morning.
Tyler Huntley is not going to save them. That’s a waste of draft capital
— Will M. (@mysportslitcs) September 12, 2022
This thought was then repeated by many other fans and media pundits.
I never thought I'd EVER agree with @danorlovsky7 .. But him saying the Cowboys should call Baltimore makes A LOT of sense for Huntley.
But he also said.. Which I said last night on the podcast and here on twitter.. If they DONT make a move.. They're quitting. In September.
— Dave Sturchio (@DaveSturchio) September 12, 2022
It will be interesting to see if Jerry Jones calls Eric DeCosta, the Ravens general manger.