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Brooks sticks a fork in Brad Johnson

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Brooks Bollinger will be the Cowboys' new backup quarterback when the team returns from its bye week to play Washington on Nov. 16, coach Wade Phillips said.

Tony Romo is expected to start against the Redskins after missing three games with a broken pinkie. Bollinger will be the No. 2 quarterback, and Brad Johnson will be the inactive third-stringer who can play only if the top two get injured.

After watching the Cowboys muster just 87 yards in the first half against the Giants, the decision couldn't have been difficult. Johnson completed five of 11 passes for 71 yards before halftime. Two throws resulted in interceptions.

Bollinger took over after the break and threw an interception on his first pass attempt. However, he bounced back to finish the game 9-of-16 for 63 yards and led a 75-yard scoring drive capped by Terrell Owens' 8-yard touchdown catch.

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Why is Johnson even in the league still?? He is HORRIBLE. One backup I think has looked good was Byron Leftwich, looked as good as Big Ben last night.

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I agree, time for Brad to retire. He sure seems like a classy guy though, down to earth and did get the ring with Tampa Bay Tampa Bay, so good for him. Wonder if he would ever apply for a coaching or coordinator role.

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