Dallas Cowboys fourth-round pick Dak Prescott made his ninth start on Sunday, tying him with Chad Hutchinson (2002) for the second-most rookie quarterback starts in team history.
Troy Aikman (1989) holds the record at 11.
Prescott and Hutchinson are also tied for total games played by a rookie quarterback at nine.
Veteran Tony Romo, who has been cleared to return to action, was inactive for Sunday’s game.
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Entering Sunday’s game, Prescott already held club rookie records for passing yards (2,020), passing touchdowns (12), wins as a starter (seven) and quarterback rating as a starter (104.2).
He set an NFL record for most passes without an interception to start a career with 176.