The Dallas Cowboys appear to be in wait-and-see mode regarding their present and future at quarterback.

Dak Prescott, a rookie selected in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, has started every game at quarterback for the Cowboys while Romo has been recovering from a back injury suffered in the preseason.

Prescott has played quite well in leading Dallas to a 4-1 record, good enough for first place in the NFC East division. He’s thrown for 1,289 yards and four touchdowns, but more importantly, he hasn’t thrown a single interception.

His play has raised questions about who should start at QB when Romo is healthy enough to play. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport provided an update on the situation Sunday.

The Cowboys play the Green Bay Packers on the road Sunday in Week 6 before enjoying a bye week. They return from the bye for a Week 8 showdown against their rival Philadelphia Eagles.

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