4. Trey Lance
The Cowboys didn't need to require much from the quarterback position in Week 1 after jumping out to an early lead and never looking back.
Dak Prescott attempted only 24 passes, completing 13 of them for 143 yards. All of Dallas' scoring came from the run game, defense and special teams, so Prescott only had to game-manage his way to another victory.
With the Jets' heads still spinning after the loss of Rodgers, it'd be no shock if the Cowboys blow out the other New York team this week. That could mean a quiet day for Prescott and backup Cooper Rush, the latter of whom attempted one pass against the Giants.
There's simply no reason to waste a gameday roster spot on QB3 Trey Lance, especially with the NFL's new third-quarterback rules. He will still be available in case disaster strikes both Precott and Rush, so Dallas can instead focus on keeping other depth options active in Week 2.