Ouch. Injuries Force A New Look To Dallas Cowboys Offense
Quarterback Tony Romo's broken collarbone means even more changes are coming to an already makeshift Cowboys offense.By Matt Moreno | September 21, 2015
Last year, the Dallas Cowboys enjoyed one of the league's best offenses as quarterback Tony Romo, running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant fueled the team to 467 points, putting them in the top five in the NFL. This year, though, things are looking completely different.
"A 20-10 win over the Eagles today, but they pay the steepest of prices. Tony Romo out with a fractured collarbone," KTVT reports.
Romo fractured his collarbone in the third quarter of the Cowboys win Sunday night and could be out for about 10 weeks, adding to an already daunting injury report.