The Cowboys’ quarterback controversy does not include Mark Sanchez. Rookie Dak Prescott has dazzled since seizing the starting spot in the absence of Tony Romo, who has since returned quite i… - From New York Post
In his first significant action of the season, Sanchez, coming in midway through the second quarter of a game that was 10-3 Cowboys, was intercepted on his fourth pass.
The Cowboys tried to set up a screen, and Sanchez threw a pass linebacker Jordan Hicks batted up in the air, coming down in his hands.
That's one hell of an interception by Jordan Hicks on a vintage Sanchez INT #FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/hf8pdTEn95 Sanchez, who, for the last time, is not writing this story, was playing so Prescott or Romo would not get hurt.
But he also was holding an audition for a backup job next year — a tryout that was not going well.
This taste of Tony Romo is everything Jerry Jones wanted This taste of Tony Romo is everything Jerry Jones wanted © 2017 NYP Holdings, Inc.