Quarterback Cooper Rush seemingly won the backup job behind Dak Prescott without doing much, cornerback Kelvin Joseph seemingly

Quarterback Cooper Rush seemingly won the backup job behind Dak Prescott without doing much, cornerback Kelvin Joseph seemingly

experienced another setback on his path to be a major contributor, and the Cowboys survived a Friday night hosting 

of the Seattle Seahawks at AT&T Stadium with a come-from-behind win powered by somebody named "Peyton Hendershot.'' 

Cowboys 27, Seattle 26 is not meaningful in terms of the score. 

This is about winning jobs. And losing jobs. And, for a Dallas team that most critics think is shy at the receiver and tackle spots 

especially now that Tyron Smith suffered an avulsion fracture on his knee that will sideline him for months 

this is about the hoped-for answering of questions.

Prescott and most of the front-line guys did not play. But Rush did, 

and he exited so quickly after going 2-of-5 for 20 yards in the game's opening possession