Following another solid performance on the field and a first quarter injury to starting QB Tony Romo, speculation grows that Haughton's Dak Prescott, with just three preseaon games under his belt, is the new starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.

Cowboys coaches remain mum on an ESPN report that Romo, who took a hard blindside hit in Thursday's game against Seattle, broke a bone in his back and will miss from 6 to 10 weeks of action.

Prescott had 17 completions in 23 attempts for 116 yards and a touchdown versus the Seahawks. In just three exhibition contests, the former Mississippi State star has thrown for five touchdowns and run for two more.