Jerry Jones would welcome Dallas Cowboys QB controversy as it would mean Cooper Rush was winning

FRISCO, Texas — Owner and general manager Jerry Jones wants Cooper Rush to make life difficult for the Dallas Cowboys.

He wants Rush, the backup quarterback, to play so well, that it there would be controversy as to whether Dak Prescott would assume the starting role once he is healthy enough to play after undergoing right thumb surgery last week.

“Of course I would. Of course. That means we’d have won,” Jones said. “If he comes in there and plays as well as Prescott played, Rush? Played that…

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