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Romo Suffers Shoulder Strain in Loss to Patriots

Romo hurt? 

Dallas Cowboys Quarterback, Tony Romo, is reported to have strained his shoulder in Sunday afternoon’s loss to the New England Patriots. columnist, Mickey Spagnola, reports, that while Romo said it was a rotator cuff-strain, Cowboys assistant trainer, Britt Brown, said it was more accurate to call it a shoulder strain.

I don’t think the Cowboys have anything to worry about with Tony Romo starting next week. When asked whether or not he would be ready next week he didn’t say anything, but according to Mickey Spagnola he gave the indication that he wouldn’t miss a game with just the look on his face. Team trainers will reevaluate Romo on Monday, in the mean time Cowboys fans will be holding their breath.

Tony Romo has thrown for 300+ yards in 4 different games this season, and the 199 yards he threw against New England on Sunday was the fewest yards he has thrown for all season. While Tom Brady is looking to break league records on touchdown passes thrown, Romo could be trying to set a team record for three hundred yard games thrown. That’s if the shoulder strain isn’t serious.

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5 Responses to “Romo Suffers Shoulder Strain in Loss to Patriots”

  1. sacpd says:

    apparently he suffered strain in the 1st quarter – since he played ‘well’ the rest of the way, I wouldn’t see this as a major issue – also, the bye week is coming at a GREAT time for the Boyz.

  2. Nate Acreman says:

    Thanks for the follow up. The initial report didn’t really mention at what point in the game the injury happened.

  3. james cobb says:

    tony romo,will be just fine i know this because,this is my COWBOYS season to take us back to the big show.our problem,is our pass defense that play 10 feet away from the wide receiver.

  4. Nate Acreman says:

    The pass defense will improve when Henry gets back. I have more and more confidence in Reaves by the week, but Nate Jones isn’t going to cut it. They are playing 10 ft from the wide receiver because they don’t want to get beat deep, unfortunately they are getting beat underneath.

  5. sacpd says:

    per Coach Phillips, on the long Welker TD and 69 yarder TD to Stallworth, both were on double coverage…but, inexplicably the safeties bit on play fakes…so bad on the Stallworth one that you only see Reeves in coverage…and the Pats running game was MIA…so i’m encouraged that the schemes are correct, i’m discouraged that Vets are making these mistakes….

    like coach said in his monday conference – technique is the problem not scheme.

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