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With everything on the line next week against the Giants, will Tony Romo be ready to go?
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IRVING, Texas There seems to be no doubt Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will play with a bruised throwing hand in Sunday's winner-take-all game against the Giants.
The only question is how effective he will be.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said the swelling in Romo's right hand had gone down Monday, but the proof will come when Romo returns to practice Wednesday.
In a very boring game, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 20-7. With no playoff ramifications on the line, the Cowboys played it safe and looked to next week. Quarterback Tony Romo suffered a hand contusion on the first series of the game, and did not return. Michael Vick threw for two touchdowns and led Philadelphia to a bittersweet victory. As nice as it...
ARLINGTON – With the New York Giants winning and Tony Romo injured, it’s shaping up to be a Blue Christmas for the Dallas Cowboys.
Romo hurt his right hand on the Cowboys’ opening possession. He’s being evaluated in the locker room. (UPDATE: X-rays on Romo’s right hand were negative, according to the Cowboys. But Stephen McGee remains at quarterback.)
The injury appears...
Quarterback Tony Romo returned to the sideline, but he has not yet returned to the game because of a right hand injury suffered on the Cowboys' first series against the Eagles on Saturday.
The swelling is going down on Tony Romo's bruised throwing hand, and the Dallas Cowboys quarterback could be ready to practice Wednesday.
According to Jerry Jones, Tony Romo should be ready to go Sunday night when the Cowboys face the Giants with the NFC East title on the line.
We should all be thankful to Jerry Jones for inserting himself into the middle of Saturday's loss to the Eagles.
If it wasn't for Jones' trip to the sideline for an animated discussion with Jason Garrett after Tony Romo's injury, the game wouldn't have produced a single compelling talking point. Thanks to the Giants' win in New Jersey, it was an anticlimactic...
Many things have changed in the sixteen years since the Dallas Cowboys last won a Super Bowl. In those sixteen years the franchise has seen five head coaching changes and an innumerable amount of player personnel changes. Specifically, the quarterback position, which has been occupied by five separate “franchise” quarterbacks. The defense has been overhauled multiple times. Some...
The Eagles enter Dallas Sunday with a slim chance still of winning the NFC East. But a slim chance is better than no chance and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones kept telling people this week that he is afraid of the 6-8 Eagles.
Well Jerry, nearly 86 percent of our football-picking “Experts” think the 8-6 Boys need be afraid of the Birds.
“I believe Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is right...