East Notes: Cowboys, Moore, Eagles, Jets

When the offseason began, finding a backup quarterback seemed to be one of the Cowboys‘ top priorities. However, they wound up sticking with Kellen Moore. From the sound of it, the Cowboys are comfortable sticking with him as their No. 2 quarterback, even though Nick Foles appears to be available.

He’s not a guy that overly impresses you physically,” head coach Jason Garrett said (link via ESPN.com’s Todd Archer). “He’s not an imposing figure when he walks into the room. He doesn’t have an overly powerful arm. He’s not overly athletic. But he has a lot of the things that really good quarterbacks have. He understands the game. He has a good feel for the game. He’s instinctive. He’s a very accurate passer. He’s a quick decision-maker. And he’s a very good leader.”

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  1. GeauxRangers

    The Cowboys fans who actually think that Kellen Moore is a capable NFL quarterback and as some say “the next Romo” make me throw up in my mouth a little bit. He has absolutely none of the physical attributes you want in a QB as Garrett stated himself. I’m glad to hear that Showers has been performing well in OTAs so far. Best case scenario is he or Prescott can take over back up duties at some point this season.


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