Darnold has been out since September 11, when he was diagnosed with mononucleosis, three days after the team's season-opening loss to the Buffalo Bills.
"I'm for realizing that we're on television and realize that there's young people and impressionable people listening", Jones said. "Rather than rely on that, just get it in the end zone". Is it possible the Green Bay Packers - the Cowboys' Week 5 opponent - also caught on to what Moore was doing?
"This is not good enough against a bunch like this, last weekend or this weekend", owner Jerry Jones said. "I feel like the best is yet to come". Or did it just beat up on bad teams to start the year? "They will beat you".
Through five games, Prescott has completed 119 of 171 balls (69.6 percent) for 1,606 yards, 11 TDs and six INTs.
The Jets are 0-4 this season and have lost the past three games with Darnold sidelined.
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Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys in action against the Miami Dolphins in the third quarter at AT&T Stadium on September 22 in Arlington, Texas. The only carry under 11 yards in that span was a 3-yard score. There were plenty of culprits: defensive linemen, linebackers and defensive backs.
Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle) sat out practice Wednesday but still could return Sunday after missing the Packers game.
RT La'el Collins left with a knee injury in the second half after being questionable with a back issue coming into the game.
"Replay, in my mind, should be there for a very egregious situation that just was blatantly missed", Jones said.
The Cowboys started the season with three-straight blowout wins.
New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold will make his National Football League return in Week 6 action when the Dallas Cowboys invade MetLife Stadium. Dallas' season could turn one way or the other in two weeks at Philadelphia.