Romo Fractures Clavicle, Out for About 8 Weeks 

On Sunday afternoon, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered a fractured left clavicle against the division rivals, Philadelphia Eagles. Romo would be hurt due to a big hit on a pass play, eventually landing on his left shoulder. 

Romo would re-appear on the sidelines out of uniform in the fourth quarter, with a sling around his arm. The Cowboys QB will likely require surgery, making Super Bowl chances all more difficult for the franchise. A CT scan will take place on Monday, according to the Bleacher Report. 

With the Cowboys already losing star receiver Dez Bryant, could the Cowboys even survive the season with a playoff spot? With Brandon Weeden under center, he certainly showed signs of life on Sunday. 

Throwing 7-7 during his time in the game, Weeden even connected with Terrance Williams for a touchdown. The Cowboys would go on to win the game 20-10, as they improve their record to 2-0. 

The Eagles on the other hand sit at 0-2, dropping their last four home games to the Cowboys. Are the Cowboys still the team to beat in the East? I believe so. 

With the Giants and Eagles starting off winless so far, it essentially gives Dallas two free passes. The Dallas defense looked unbeatable on Sunday afteroon, holding Demarco Murray to limited yards. 

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