If you want to talk next man up, now is the time. First it was Randy Gregory, then Dez Bryant, and now, Tony Romo. Romo went down in the third quarter after a sack/fumble by Eagles lineman, Jordan Hicks.
Romo went to the ground, landing directly on his left shoulder with Hicks on top as the two hit the ground.
It has now been reported that Romo has fractured his left clavicle; his return will be determined. All indications are that, depending on the severity of the injury, Romo could be looking at a minimum of 6-8 weeks, with the possibility of the season depending on the severity of the fracture.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo has fractured his left clavicle. Another awful injury for Dallas. At least non-throwing shoulder, though.
Fear not Cowboys fans, all is not lost. Yes, we may have to rely on Brandon Weeden for now, but, look at the bright side, the defense has been outstanding and the Cowboys still have the best offensive line in football.
Check back as we will post all updates as they become available.