Frisco, Texas-Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy will not completely exclude Andy Dalton from participating in Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, but owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Dalton Dayton “should be ready to go next week” 105.3 fans played Friday in Dallas.
Rookie Ben DiNucci (Richard Ben DiNucci) received the first team quarterback training this week, and will start the first game of his career. After Dalton suffered a blow in the 25-3 loss to the Washington Football Team in the third quarter last week, he completed two of the three for 39 yards under the impact of 39 yards.
The Cowboys (2-5) played the Pittsburgh Steelers at AT&T Stadium on November 8th a week before they saw each other.
Dalton is undergoing a concussion and did not participate in Friday̵
“If Andy would practice [Saturday]”This will be the only chance he has to participate in the game,” McCarthy said on Friday. “As of now, he has no plans to practice.”
When asked if Dalton would be proactive but did not start, McCarthy said: “You have to look at everything, but until he comes out and is cleared by the medical staff, we really cannot accept this decision. But it is definitely A choice.”
If Dalton cannot participate in the game, Garrett Gilbert (Garrett Gilbert) will serve as DiNucci’s substitute. Dallas signed Gilbert on October 13, leaving the Cleveland Browns coaching lineup.
McCarthy said: “Garritt is obviously better than last week for a whole week.” “I think like any quarterback, especially the quarterback encountered in the mid-season, this is a challenge. But I think he is better this week. Zhou has made great progress. You will see the timing, especially the peripheral players. In the plan, there are not many things he has not experienced in his career.”