To some, it’s a no-brainer – the Dallas Cowboys are winning with rookie Dak Prescott, and have seen one too many disappointments with Tony Romo.
But to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, Prescott has “given us the luxury” of being patient with Romo’s recovery.
“It’s a wonderful problem to have. It’s a miracle problem to have in my mind,” Jones said, via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
“I’m so proud because every time Dak takes a snap. I see our future getting stronger. I see the encouragement that his future brings to this team. I see what he’s doing right now. His presence. … Then, I look over there, and in my mind, [we have] someone that is very capable of winning it all. Tony Romo with all that experience, which in football, if you can take advantage of it, you’ve got something special. He’s sitting there and he’s on our team, too. So how do you ask for any more? I don’t have to have succinct problem solving answers at this time. I don’t live that way.”