SJ - November 6, 2020
As if the world in 2020 wasn't already bizarre enough. The Dallas Cowboys will start a fourth different quarterback on Sunday.
Andy Dalton tested positive for COVID-19 after having his head knocked off and the Ben DiNucci experiment was an embarrassing disaster.
Starting Sunday against the undefeated Steelers will be Garrett Gilbert or Cooper Rush. As of Friday afternoon a decision on who would get the nod hadn't yet been made.
Mike McCarthy said the Cowboys will not alternate quarterbacks on Sunday against the Steelers. They will either start Garrett Gilbert or Cooper Rush and go with one of them
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 6, 2020
Earlier in the week it was reported that the Cowboys were leaning towards Gilbert, but wanted to see how they both practiced.
This will be interesting: Sounds like the #Cowboys are leaning towards Garrett Gilbert as their starter after considering all options. But they want to see how Coooper Rush and GIlbert handle practice reps https://t.co/HeJTHlsjQL
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 3, 2020
I think Stephen A. is right. Trahsing the Cowboys isn't fun anymore.
They're deciding who will start at quarterback on Sunday between Garrett Gilbert and Cooper Rush. Don't get me wrong it's still funny as hell.