Dak Prescott’s turn as starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys will carry on at least another game. According to NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport, Prescott will get the nod following Dallas’ bye week.

The bye has long been talked about as a potential target date for Tony Romo to take back the starting quarterback job. In Romo’s absence, Prescott has led the Cowboys to a 5-1 start by managing the offense and avoiding mistakes.

Following Dallas’ win in Green Bay, more members of the national media have voiced their opinion that the former Bulldog quarterback should remain the starter even if Romo is healthy and able to play.