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Jerry Jones praises Cooper Rush after he leads the Dallas Cowboys to their third straight win.

Cooper Rush is unsure if his final start as the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback came in Sunday’s 25-10 victory over the Washington Commanders. Jerry Jones doesn’t either.

They only know that, if it is, Rush has left the Cowboys in a stronger position than when he replaced an injured Dak Prescott three weeks ago.

After the Cowboys’ third straight victory, owner and general manager Jerry Jones stated, “I can’t say enough about his play. “What it has possibly done for this team this season to give us a chance to sit here after these last three ball games and maybe have the opportunity we’ve got for the rest of the year. It’s amazing. It’s far more than what I would’ve expected.”

According to sources speaking to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Prescott hopes to play against the Los Angeles Rams the following week. However, the Cowboys (3-1) want to make sure that Prescott is as healthy as possible and may delay his return until Week 6 when they play the division rival Philadelphia Eagles.

Jones stated following the victory over Washington that he was unable to provide any medical updates regarding Prescott, who underwent surgery on September 12. On Monday, Prescott had the stitch taken out of his right thumb. Coach Mike McCarthy noted that throughout the week, the quarterback still had some swelling there that needed to go down before he could increase his throwing.


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