Cowboys name Kellen Moore starting quarterback for Sunday vs. Bills

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null null null After another disastrous loss, Dallas is moving on to its fourth starting quarterback.The Cowboys will start Kellen Moore on Sunday when they visit the Bills, coach Jason Garrett confirmed on 105.3 The Fan on Monday. MORE: Injuries most impacting the playoff picture | Best photos from Week 15"Kellen Moore is going to start this week for us," Garrett said. "Just the evaluation of how he played in the ballgame and where we want to be. Right now offensively we felt like he did some good things for us. Unfortunately the turnovers that he made weren't good, but hopefully he'll learn from those experiences and give us a good chance to move the ball and score points for us." The Cowboys benched former starter Matt Cassel in the second quarter of Saturday's loss to the Jets after he tossed an interception following an ugly 19-yard sack, prompting Moore to make the first regular-season appearance of his Night net career. Moore finished 15 for 25 for 158 yards with one touchdown, but threw three costly interceptions.MORE: What QB misery really looks like | Cowboys have started worse | Top 10 Cowboys all timeDallas' quarterback situation has been a disaster this year. The Cowboys began their season with Tony Romo as their starter, but turned to backup Brandon Weeden when the veteran suffered a broken collarbone in Week 2 against the Eagles. After a disappointing performance, Dallas benched Weeden and traded for Cassel. Upon his release, Weeden was signed by the Texans.Romo returned in Week 11 to help snap Dallas' seven-game losing streak with a win over the Dolphins, but then broke his collarbone yet again the following week in a loss to the Panthers.