“For sure. I was getting prepared to play this game,” Prescott said. “I’m a guy that takes it day-by-day, moment-at-moment, and right now, I’m going to celebrate this win with the guys and worry about rehabbing and getting everything back in order tomorrow.”
Prescott was injured on the final play of the Week 6 overtime victory over the Patriots. The Cowboys, who had a bye last week, listed Prescott as limited in practice all week and questionable for the game. They called him a game-time decision, though, all signs pointed to Rush playing, the story said. With a comfortable lead in the division and an extra game this year, the thought was to not rush Dak back, who is also coming off a serious ankle injury. The good news is the Cowboys play early in Week 9, which is a home game against the Broncos, so owners will have much more notice as far as Prescott's status goes.