Cowboys' While Dak Prescott is out, Jerry Jones is sure that Cooper Rush can win games for Dallas.
Jerry Jones is fully aware that the Dallas Cowboys cannot afford to have a 0-2 start, which is why the team is depending on Cooper
Rush to turn things around while Dak Prescott is sidelined. Jones is optimistic that Rush can make the plays required to
help the Cowboys win several games, despite the weaknesses at wide out and the offensive line.
According to Pro Football Talk, Jones said on Friday's episode of 105.3 The Fan, "I think Rush is up to the responsibility of winning ballgames for us,
and he certainly has had a lot of experience in our scheme." "He and Kellen Moore have been practically attached at the hip for years. So I appreciate who
we have lined up to start us off right there. "Dak is one of the finest at discovering the available guy and approaching the appropriate guy. Rush is also capable.
Rush has served as Dallas' backup quarterback twice, the first time in 2017 after being elevated to the position in Week 6 of his rookie campaign
(as an undrafted free agent). He held that position for three years till Dallas signed Andy Dalton, which led to his release in 2020. He later returned in October of
that same year after the New York Giants cut him from their practise squad. Rush defeated Will Grier to win the No. 2 position this year and again in 2021.