Polling NFL execs: Would you rather have Wentz or Prescott?

The emerging NFC East rivalry between the Cowboys' Dak Prescott and the Eagles' Carson Wentz is exciting for everyone, said Eagles coach Doug Pederson. "I think it's great for the game," he said. USA TODAY Sports, Getty Images

Dak Prescott's early success with the Dallas Cowboys is driving a compelling quarterback controversy as Tony Romo nears his return from injury. Another surprising QB debate takes center stage in Week 8 as Carson Wentz and the NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles visit Dallas.

Prescott or Wentz? Which rookie QB would teams rather have, based on what they know now?

No one was posing the question in April when the Eagles traded up to select Wentz with the second pick in the 2016 draft, 133 spots before Dallas took Prescott in the fourth round. But with Prescott ranking among the NFL's top five qualifying QBs in Total QBR, passer rating and completion percentage, an updated assessment is in order.

I asked six NFL evaluators to take their pick between the two. Their thoughts: