Tony Romo should have broken more wishbones with Jessica Simpson, because after leading the Giants 20-7 last night, the Cowboys (1-5) once again imploded and lost 41-35. Oh, and Tony Romo is out for the season. I wonder if they can still make the playoffs? They better hurry, though. Online tickets go pretty quick. Shutdown Corner reports:
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo(notes) suffered a fractured clavicle on a crushing hit during the team’s Monday Night Football game against the New York Giants. It is unknown how long the injury will sideline the Cowboys signal caller, but if surgery is required the average recovery time is nine weeks. Early reports suggest Romo will be out 8-10 weeks. Romo was injured on the Cowboys’ first offensive snap of the second quarter. Giants linebacker Michael Boley(notes) ran through the line untouched and got to Romo a split second before the quarterback released a 14-yard completion to Miles Austin(notes). Romo’s shoulder hit the turf hard as Boley drove him into the ground. He lay motionless on the field for a few seconds before medical personnel attended to him.
I heard all preseason that this year’s Super Bowl was going to be a home game for the Dallas Cowboys, but hopefully they’ll draft Neo with the #1 pick next year to help them wake up from their world of delusion. That might help.
If you’re like me and find happiness in watching a stadium full of Mexicans choke on their Goya beans and dreams, you can watch the video here.
Don’t feel too bad for Tony Romo, he used to hit this like it was turf: