Dak Prescott has been performing unbelievably well; the Cowboys are 4-1, he has gone 155 passes without an interception and needs just eight more to break Tom Brady’s NFL record for the most consecutive passes without an interception to start a career.  Despite all that, Jerry Jones still says Tony Romo is his guy.

“Tony is our No. 1 quarterback,” said the Cowboys’ owner and general manager, after his team’s commanding 28-14 win against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Prescott completed 18 of 24 passes for 227 yards and one touchdown pass against the Bengals. He also ran for a touchdown, his third of the season.

“We’re going to have the luxury of being able to, I think, see them both,” Jones said. “Now I don’t want to take anything — presume that Dak is going to be necessarily healthy. I don’t want to presume anything like that, but I welcome the opportunity of having Dak playing at this level and Tony back in excellent health. It’s going to be really special for the Cowboys.”

Romo will have an MRI on Monday that’s expected to show his compression fracture suffered on Aug. 25 is now fully healed.  Romo has stepped up his conditioning work over the past few weeks and has been throwing for the past four weeks.

Jones did not want to name a possible return for Romo. However, Oct. 30 against the Philadelphia Eagles has been the target date.

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