Dak Prescott is looking more and more capable of becoming the first rookie starting quarterback to take his team to a Super Bowl.
Whatever whispers there were as recently as a month ago that Prescott would be replaced in the Dallas Cowboys' lineup when Tony Romo returned from a back injury, forget about it. Romo is healthy now — and he is most definitely the backup.
Prescott, only a fourth-round draft pick, just keeps producing, pairing with another rookie, running back Ezekiel Elliott, to lead Dallas to a 9-1 record on the strength of the first nine-game winning streak within a single season of the storied franchise's history.
Prescott's latest impressive...