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Aaron Rodgers thinks money will stop Dak Prescott starting

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The Dallas Cowboys' season has been pretty headline making with rookies running the show at the AT&T Stadium.

Quarterback Dak Prescott is running their offense effectively and has already earned his place in the NFL hall of fame while runningback Ezequiel Elliot is proving to have the same effect in the NFL as he did in college.

More than a stand in?

Prescott has already made NFL history as he has set the rookie record for consecutive passes without an interception.


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While Prescott is doing a great job and has led the Cowboys to a 4-1 record, he still maintains that once regular starter Tony Romo is healthy, it will once again be his team.

Cowboys fans may be divided on their quarterback issue, but if Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is to be believed, there is only one possible outcome of the quarterback battle.

Rodgers was in a similar situation when he drafted by Green Bay and had to sit on the bench behind the legendary Brett Favre for three years.

While Prescott's opportunities have come very early in his career, Rodgers feels that his fate is still in Romo's hands.

"He's been playing really well. But you have to understand that the team has a lot invested in the guy in front of you most of the time" - Rodgers with some advice for Prescott

Rodgers has been the biggest comparison to Prescott this season, but the Green Bay legend maintains that their situations are very different.

Rodgers will go head-to-head with Prescott this Sunday as the Cowboys travel to Lambeau Field with both teams aiming to avoid a second loss of the season.

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