Cooper Rush Becomes First Cowboy QB in History to Win First Four Starts


DALLAS, TX – Back-up Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Cooper Rush, on Sunday became the first quarterback in the franchise's history to go 4-0 in his first four starts.

Rush, who is backup to Dak Prescott on the depth cart, won his fourth game on Sunday against the Washington Commanders. This extends Rush's record to 4-0 over his last four games. Rush won his first game last year on Sunday Night Football against the Minnesota Vikings. Starting QB for the Cowboys was injured during their week 1 loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Since then the cowboys have started Rush and have gone on an impressive three game winning streak. With Sunday's win Rush surpassed Roger Staubach and Jason Garrett who went 3-0 in their first three starts. Rush is only the sixth Qb to go 4-0.

Doctors are still assessing on when Prescott will return. However many Cowboys fans believe that the team should stick with Rush. What do you think? Comment below.

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