Former Prosser High School standout Kellen Moore, who has languished on the bench for the majority of his four seasons in the NFL, will get the starting nod this Sunday for the Dallas Cowboys.

Moore, who holds the NCAA record for most victories by a quarterback during his tenure at Boise State, was announced as the starter by Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett during a radio interview Sunday.

The southpaw came off of the bench to give Dallas a spark by throwing a touchdown to Dez Bryant in the Cowboys' 19-16 loss Saturday night to the New York Jets, despite tossing three interceptions.

The Cowboys take on Buffalo this weekend and Bills head coach Rex Ryan has already given Moore some "bulletin board" material. When asked about the prospect of facing Moore, Ryan said to the Detroit Free Press, "“He’s a little bitty lefty. What do you want me to say? Big deal."