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Dak Prescott has been outstanding, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 4-1 record in the first five games of his rookie year.

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Aside from the solid record he’s put together, Prescott has also passed surefire Hall of Famer Tom Brady for the most pass attempts without an interception to start his career:

Prescott’s 101.5 quarterback rating, along with four touchdowns and 1,239 yards through the air is compelling enough to at least make the Cowboys consider keeping the rookie in even when Tony Romo is healthy.

Whether team owner Jerry Jones opts to keep Prescott in or not remains to be seen.

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