According to CBS Sports, there is a "zero percent" chance that Dak Prescott will be starting over Tony Romo when he returns from injury no matter what the record is for the Cowboys.

Jason La Canfora is reporting that his source is telling him that the Dallas Cowboys will hand the starting QB job back to Romo once he is healthy and cleared to go.

The Cowboys have started out really good under the rookie QB out of Mississippi State and the conversation has been whether or not Dallas would keep going with what had been working in Prescott or hand the reigns back to Romo.

Apparently that question has already been answered.

Tony Romo has been out since the preseason with a back injury but has been throwing as of late and is scheduled to return after the Cowboys bye week and be in action for Week 8.