Moore set to be 4th starting QB for Cowboys this season

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Kellen Moore will be the fourth starting quarterback for Dallas this season after replacing Matt Cassel and sparking the offense in a loss to the New York Jets.

Coach Jason Garrett said Moore would start Sunday at Buffalo after making his first regular-season appearance in his fourth NFL season in Saturday’s 19-16 loss to the Jets.

Moore threw a touchdown pass to Dez Bryant, but had three interceptions.

Tony Romo missed seven games with a broken left collarbone and was lost for the season after breaking it again in his second game back. Cassel was 1-6 filling in for Romo after Brandon Weeden went 0-3 following the first injury.

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The Cowboys (4-10) and Bills (6-8) are eliminated from playoff contention.