When an NFL team selects a quarterback in the Draft, they have several mindsets to the pick.

For some organizations, they’re looking for their franchise QB (See: Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles). For others, the deeper the Draft gets, they are simply taking the best player on the board (Dak Prescott, fourth round to the Dallas Cowboys).

Rarely does a fourth-rounder make it to the field for an extended period of time in their rookie campaign, much less start the beginning of the season and dominate week after week.

That’s just what Prescott has done.

Going into the bye week, the Cowboys had what is known in the NFL as a “statement win” in Week 6, when they traveled to Green Bay to take on the mighty Packers.

Dallas came away with a definitive 30-16 victory and Prescott and fellow rookie RB Ezekial Elliot (Round 1, 4th overall) came away with a couple records to boot.

Longtime Cowboys QB Tony Romo still hasn’t been cleared to play after suffering a back injury during the preseason matchup against the Seahawks and the decision to allow him to step back into the starting role when he is healthy is growing increasingly difficult for Dallas. At least, one would think it is.

With Cowboys owner Jerry Jones being a huge Romo fan and also being known for meddling in the operations process in Dallas, you never can tell, but it’s certainly hard to argue with this kind of chemistry and production, no matter who you are:

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