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Thrown in, Dak Prescott responds under fire

An injury to Dallas starting quarterback Tony Romo meant more snaps for Dak Prescott, and the young backup showed maturity against the Seahawks.

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Elliott shows 'questionable judgment' by going to pot store (1:45)
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Will Cowboys lean on Prescott after Romo injury scare? (2:10)
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Elliott videotape a bad look for Cowboys (2:01)
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Romo: 'I feel fine' (0:42)
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Cowboys can go as far as their O-line takes them (0:42)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

With 16 seconds left in the game Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott took the time to sign some autographs.

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Elliott bounces off Chancellor's tackle attempt (0:23)
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Wilson scrambles and finds Lockett for a TD (0:45)
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Witten steals the ball from Wright to score TD (0:25)
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Romo leaves in first quarter after injuring lower back (0:44)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Cleveland's lead in the AL Central is down to 4.5 games after another starter struggled. This time it was Josh Tomlin, as Carlos Gomez tagged him for a three-run homer in his Rangers debut in a 9-0 shutout. The vaunted Indians rotation ranks 26th in the majors in August with a 6.13 ERA.

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Friday NFL preview for all 32 teams

NFL Nation assesses what to watch across the league on Friday, including the Cowboys' being cautious with quarterback Tony Romo after he suffered a back injury in the game against the Seahawks.

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Cowboys make smart choice to sit Romo after back injury (1:36)
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Gomez homers in debut as Rangers blank Indians (0:59)
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Kipnis prefers to keep his distance from Odor (0:17)