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The Cowboys are surely hoping Andy Dalton is back sooner rather than later, which isn't a sentence one would've expected to read before the 2020 season.
With Dak Prescott already out for the year, Dalton's concussion took on added significance in Week 7 because it meant Dallas was down to Ben DiNucci and Garrett Gilbert at quarterback. The Cowboys are already at risk of falling further behind in the brutal NFC East, and even though Dalton was playing poorly, his return is likely Dallas' best in-house option to work its way back into contention this season.
Here's what you need to know about Dalton's injury and when he might return for the Cowboys:
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How long will Andy Dalton be out?
There's no way of knowing for sure how long Dalton's concussion will keep him out, because every concussion's recovery period seems to be a bit different. Beaumont Health Services writes that most concussions resolve over the course of one-to-two weeks, with the average time being 10 days. Dalton has[......]