Tony Romo: How a Clavicle Fracture Helps the Dallas Cowboys

October 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In last night's loss to the New York Giants, Giants linebacker Michael Boley came exploding into the backfield and hit Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
As Romo fell, his arm pinned underneath him and broke his left collarbone.
The night started out looking promising for the Cowboys. They were up 10-7 and everything was clicking.
They were looking like they could easily stay in stride for the rest of the game, and were going to remove themselves from the hole that had been dug from poor performances early in the season. But now everything within the Cowboys organization is looking bleaker than ever.
Making the playoffs this season sounds like a pipe dream, and because of this most recent injury to Tony Romo, it probably is.
The year, realistically, is over for Romo. He will miss six to eight games, bringing him back sometime between Week 13 and 15 if all goes well, to a team that will not be playing past Week 17. The best-case scenario is he is back in four weeks,...

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