Quarterback controversy in Texas

There’s still a quarterback controversy in Texas. Dak Prescott did not throw a touchdown pass in the win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback controversy, the Cowboys only have one touchdown in the second half of their last three games. Quarterback controversy, Prescott went 32-of-36 for 279 yards for the second highest quarterback completion percentage in history at 88.9 percent with a minimum of 30 passes. Prescott hit Dez Bryant from his own end zone to give the Cowboys some breathing room. The Cowboys went on to score a field goal that put them up 6 points, the margin of victory. Oh, the quarterback controversy is in Houston, The Texans benched quarterback Brock Osweiler after he threw two interceptions in the second quarter. Tom Savage rallied the Texans to a 21-20 win over Jacksonville. Head coach Bill O’Brien has named Savage the starter for Sunday’s game at home against the Cincinnati Bengals. Prescott did score on a touchdown run. He now has the team record for rushing touchdowns in a season with six surpassing Dandy Don Meredith. The NFL announced today that they will not fine Ezekiel Elliott for jumping into the Salvation Army kettle after scoring a touchdown in the Cowboys win. Zeke says he’ll still make a donation to the Salvation Army after he said he would match any fine levied by the NFL. According to ESPN earlier today 12/19/16 more than $182,000 was raised in just over 12 hours. If you’d like to help click here: http://salvationarmyusa.org. For the game Zeke rushed for 159 yards and has 13 scores on the season. That would be a rookie record. The Cowboys have some things to clean up, penalties erased scoring opportunities. I have to give props to the defense for holding the Bucs to 20 points and 10 yards on their final five possessions. The Cowboys will be back in prime time when they take on the Detroit Lions Monday night. The Cowboys will win the NFC East with a win or a loss by the New York Giants.

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