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    Cowboys Looking to add Third QB to the Roster

    As we stand, it sounds like Cooper Rush will lead the Cowboys for at least the next six weeks after the to . Those close to the team have indicated Dallas will look to sign someone by the end of the day. told reporters he has had several discussions with Jerry and about adding a third quarterback to the roster.

    At this point, I don't think the guy brought in will be anything other than a body. Rush is going to be the player they roll with until Prescott gets back, and if he plays awful, then maybe they will move to Will Grier. You could flip a coin for those two guys, and hopefully, you catch them on a decent day and get some production, but with the news on the way, who will be the QB that is brought in to round out the room for the next two months?

    Do the Cowboys bring back , who in his only start went 21-for-40 and 180 yards in a 23-9 loss? Or do they look elsewhere? Jimmy Garappolo has a no- clause, and he can go wherever he wants to go. With that said, he just made the title game a year ago with the 49ers, so even though he lost his job to Trey Lance, I don't think he would want to come to the situation that would await him Dallas.

    Josh Johnson could be claimed off the Broncos , and Cam Newton and Mike Glennon are unsigned. I don't think Dallas goes via trade to bring in another QB; it would be to sign someone that is either a FA or off a team's practice squad. A guy like Ryan Fitzpatrick could come out of , but to be a QB3 seems pretty far-fetched. From all the reports as of early Tuesday, it sounds like they will add one to the mix, but it will be Rush and Grier moving forward for the time being. That time could be short if the 28-year-old from struggles with the that does not look like it will get it together; I hope he possibly gets back to help. Rush did win his only career NFL start a season ago on the road against the Vikings, but to ask him to hold down the fort for at least six weeks is tough. We shall see what happens; the players have said they will rally around Rush and that the offense does not have to change that much with him taking over, but look for a QB3 to be signed soon.

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    Shane Taylor
    Cowboys fan from the Midwest. Writing is fun, Staff writer for Inside the Star. Follow me on twitter @ShaneTaylor43

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    siempre

    Bring in the usual suspects.
    When the Boys cut all 3 backups knowing no one would want them, they said it all. Now , one of the unwanted is starter.
    The season management threw away continues.

    Wayne Fowler

    So it sounds to me like the Dallas Cowboys are gonna tank the season. They don’t stand a chance in hell with Rush or Grier, not even Dak as far as that goes!!!

    VAM

    This entire ridiculous scenario SHOULD have been seen coming a mile away. Even well-informed fans here saw these likely eventualities. Tyron is INJURY PRONE. DP is INJURY PRONE, (besides just not being that good). So, with those facts apparent, why didn’t the “highly touted” so called “draft guru” McClay and company implement a draft plan to cover these likely outcomes that we are seeing NOW.

    Now they are scrambling to find a backup to the backup. They should have drafted a REAL promising QB in one of these past couple of years, to give DP some actual COMPETITION. Wow what a concept, COMPETITION!!! Instead, they pick one up in the seventh round, hoping for lightening in a bottle.

    All that said, from what I saw from DP Sunday night, can Rush be worse? Wishful thinking wants me to think not, b/c I hate to think the season is going nowhere after just one game.

    PVMAKETRAKS

    Dak needs to stop allowing Steven Jones to blame there problems on CEE DEE OR ANY OTHER RECEIVER. AFTER A WHILE THERE WILL BE NO ONE ELSE TO BLAME ACCEPT YOURSELF. IF HE AND ALL THE REST OF THE DELUSIONAL FRONT OFFICE HEADS TAKE ACCOUNTABILITY FOR THEIR ACTIONS WE WOULD BE MUCH BETTER. JERRY WILL NEVER PROVE THAT HE DIDNT NEED JIMMY JUST LET IT GO YALL WERE NOT THE REASON FOR YOUR SUPERBOWLS.

    John Dixon

    Need to give it to Will. I promise you he is better than Cooper and probably would win as many games in the next 5 as Dak.