Big win for the Cowboys but another big loss for the team.


Bad news for the Dallas Cowboys, Dez Bryant could be out of commission until mid December. But that’s not the worst of it. Tony Romo broke his left clavicle during last nights win over the Eagles. Yes, the Cowboys are 2-0, but at what price? They are now down two of their star players and for most of the season. Romo will undergo tests today to find out the extent of his injury. Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys said, “Just about as low as a crippled cricket’s ass, ” when he was asked about how he felt when he heard the news of Romo’s injury. “‘Of course, both of us were sick, it’s not that we haven’t literally had a similar situation more than one time before and certainly no one has pushed up his expectations any higher than Tony about what he can do for us. He is a competitor. It broke his heart, broke my heart.” The Cowboys will have a better idea of how long Romo will miss this season, after the tests confirm the extent of his injury.

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What does this mean for the Cowboys? It means that back up QB Brandon Weeden will need to step up to the plate and take charge of this team. Brandon Weeden is no stranger to taking first string reps, and is all around a pretty good QB. So we will see if the Cowboys can maintain that winning streak.