Every week Dak Prescott seems to get better and better. In four games with the Dallas Cowboys, the rookie quarterback has still not tossed an interception. He has thrown three touchdowns in the last two games including a pair of TDs against the 49ers today.

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As good as Prescott has looked, fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott has been sensational in recent weeks. He rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown against San Francisco helping the Cowboys improve to 3-1 this season. Elliott became just the fourth Cowboy in team history to post back to back 100-yard games.

Tony Romo is still recovering from a back injury he suffered in a preseason game against Seattle. He is aiming for a return in week 8 against the Browns on November 6th. There will be plenty of Dallas fans who will want Romo to stay on the sidelines while Prescott continues to shine. However, despite Terry Bradshaw's claims, this is still Romo's team and nobody understands that better than the rookie from Mississippi State. Four weeks into the 2016 season, the Cowboys' young talent looks more promising than it has in 25 years. Remember what happened with that group.