Tony Romo is starting to look himself, his health is the biggest factor in the success of the 2016 Dallas Cowboys.
The injury to Kellen Moore put a laser focus on backups Jameill Showers and Mississippi State rookie Dak Prescott.
While Prescott is receiving 2nd team reps, his pocket awareness continues to need work as does his mechanics.
Showers has been mostly good during training camp and is better prepared at this time to be the main backup behind Tony Romo (assuming the Cowboys do not bring in a veteran late during camp).
The preseason performance of both will be vital, Prescott is likely to take a few sacks as he has been slow during his progressions-leaving the door open for Showers to showcase his skill set.
How About These Running Backs?
Eastern Michigan rooking Darius Jackson has put in good work, but hasn’t stood out. To be fair, it is difficult for running backs (along with other positions) to stand out in non-tackle practices. There isn’t reason to worry at the position yet as it is one of the deepest positions the Cowboys have.