Judging by their preparation, the Dallas Cowboys expect the Superdome to be rocking on Sunday night.
Brandon Weeden has completed 10 passes to wide receivers in two starts for the Dallas Cowboys.
After emerging from the draft without a new quarterback, the Cowboys are confident in moving forward with Brandon Weeden as Tony Romo's backup.
The Cowboys could be well served to upgrade at backup quarterback, and Scott Linehan has someone in mind.
Jason Garrett believes the Cowboys are watching Brandon Weeden grow before their eyes.
Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant believes in Brandon Weeden, but admits he missed Tony Romo in the loss to the Cardinals.
If he gets the start on Sunday, Brandon Weeden will be looking to bounce back from a rough day against the Cardinals.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett said this week that he remains confident in Brandon Weeden.
Tony Romo's back was the top priority for the Dallas Cowboys on their long plane ride to London.
Brandon Weeden won't cut it against the Jaguars.