Like Tony Romo, current Cowboys QB Dak Prescott can do only so much

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Jerry Jones calls not winning a Super Bowl with Tony Romo as his quarterback one of the biggest regrets of his tenure as the owner and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys.

In a few years, he might have the same lament with quarterback Dak Prescott, especially after watching Sunday’s 49-38 loss to the Cleveland Browns (3-1).

If what Prescott is doing lately looks familiar, well, it shouldn’t. No quarterback in NFL history has thrown for more yards than Prescott’s total of 1,424 yards in his past three games.

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If Prescott’s stats look somewhat familiar, however, that’s because the situation looks a lot like what Tony Romo went through from 2011 to 2013 when the Cowboys finished 8-8 each season, losing de facto NFC East championship games in Week 17 each time to the New York Giants, Washington Football Team and Philadelphia Eagles (although back surgery kept Romo out of that game).

Against the Browns on Sunday, Prescott threw for a career-high

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