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Could the Cowboys Be in a Rush at Quarterback Sunday vs the Steelers?

The Cowboys will have a huge test waiting for them Sunday at home when they host the only undefeated team in all of the NFL in the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Dallas is sitting at 2-6 entering action on Sunday, coming off a prime time loss to the Eagles on Sunday night football.

The Cowboys have lost their quarterback in Dak Prescott, and now they are without backup Andy Dalton, who was hit hard with a concussion a few weeks back, and now Dallas Morning News reporter David Moore says that Dalton is going on the Covid-19 list.

Sunday the Cowboys turned to Ben DiNucci, who went 21-for-40 for 180 yards and was sacked four times in the 23-9 loss.

DiNucci could play better given another week of practice, but as Moore points out, there’s another option on the roster in former Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush.

Rush has been back and forth between the Cowboys and New York Giants, and was brought back to Dallas on October 30th and assigned to the team’s practice squad.

If the Cowboys go to Rush, it might be a week where the team does a lot of razzle dazzle and tries some trick plays to help out Rush.

Another thing that will be key is the Cowboys offensive line, and how they block for whoever plays at quarterback.


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