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Hawk

GD....The Cowboys Vs. Arizona



You do have to at least be as old as bevo and me to remember the old days when we played these guys in our division. So for me, it feels like another division game. Lets win this one and get back on track
whdat


El Kabong

Look for a repeat of last game

http://www.bloggingtheboys.com/20...wboys-handle-the-washington-blitz
LoneStar

Word is Romo hardly showed up for any practice this week. Looks to me like we will be seeing just how good Weeden is.
Hawk

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suffered two fractured transverse process in his back in the loss to the Washington Redskins but there remains a chance he could play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, according to multiple sources.

The Cowboys and Romo have stressed this is not related to the disk surgery he had last December and is not a threat to end his season. Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty suffered a similar injury this season and missed just one game

Tony Romo's latest injury is not related to the disk surgery he had last December and is not a threat to end his season.

ESPN's Ed Werder reported Romo would either start or be inactive against the Cardinals. He did not practice all week and is officially listed as questionable.

The transverse process is a small bone that sticks out from either side of the vertebrae. Romo has been receiving treatment multiple hours of treatment all week at the Cowboys' facility and at home.

Romo suffered the injury when he took a knee from Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson on a third-quarter sack. After taking X-rays, which were negative, and receiving a pain-killing injection, Romo returned for the Cowboys' final two drives of the game. He had a CT scan on Tuesday.

Brandon Weeden would start against the Cardinals if Romo cannot play. Weeden took all of the first-team snaps during the week with Romo unable to practice.

The Cowboys travel to London on Monday for their Nov. 9 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. With a long flight and an achy back from two back surgeries in less than a year, Romo's practice schedule will likely be monitored leading up to that game whether Romo plays Sunday or not.

If he cannot play, then this would be the fourth time in the last seven seasons Romo has missed a game because of an injury. He missed three games in 2008 with a broken pinky finger. He missed the final 10 games of the 2010 season with a broken collarbone and did not play in last year's season-finale because of back surgery.

Weeden performed well in Romo's absence against Washington, completing four-of-six passes for 69 yards and a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jason Witten. He started 20 games in two seasons with the Cleveland Browns, posting a 5-15 record.

With Romo unable to take part in the offseason program, limited during training camp and not practicing on Wednesdays since Week 2, Weeden has received more work with the first-team offense than most backup quarterbacks.

Undrafted rookie Dustin Vaughan would serve as the Cowboys' backup quarterback. He has been inactive the first eight games of the season.
Nightrider

D-Law has been activated for tomorrows game, not looking goodfor Tony though bandhead Posted: Today 6:42 PM

Re: From a Former Team Physician on Twitter About Romo

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http://espn.go.com/dallas/nfl/sto...fractured-transverse-process-back


He has new info now that its official...





David J. Chao, MD @ProFootballDoc 17m17 minutes ago
Transverse process fractures are very painful but NOT structural. NO risk of nerve/paralysis. Possible to play. #TonyRomo @dallascowboys






David J. Chao, MD @ProFootballDoc 16m16 minutes ago
TONY ROMO transverse process fractures are not related to previous surgery. Point of impact was too high and to side. @dallascowboys





David J. Chao, MD @ProFootballDoc 6m6 minutes ago
No direct cumulative effect of transverse process fracture and previous disc surgery. Unrelated. #TonyRomo @dallascowboys






David J. Chao, MD @ProFootballDoc 4m4 minutes ago
Could be some indirect effect of transverse process fracture & disc surgery like previous knee injury & now new hamstring injury. #TonyRomo
El Kabong

I've been reading where a lot of so called fans want Weeden. If Weeden plays I wish him the best. But only an ***** would not know how bad this team will miss its real leader.

Oh yeah I meant other fake fan forums cyclops_ani
Hawk

I picked the Cowboys to be 7-3 at the bye week. Sit Romo down now until after the bye and I see us still being 7-3 and maybe 8-2.
BluenSilver4evr

Hawk wrote:
I picked the Cowboys to be 7-3 at the bye week. Sit Romo down now until after the bye and I see us still being 7-3 and maybe 8-2.


Agree completely, sit him down and lets see what Weeden can do.
Desperado

I've seen the word deja vu being tossed around, why does the Romo situation remind me so much of the end of Danny White.

Finally when I was getting hope back, it seems to be slipping away.
Nightrider

I know its early but the D is looking good so far
Hawk

10 nothing, I'll take that anytime. The D-is laying the wood to Palmer so far....I love it!
Nightrider

I just hope the Cowboys hold them to 3 points on this drive.
Nightrider

That sucked, I'll BBL
Hawk

Nightrider wrote:
That sucked, I'll BBL


Maybe halftime, its hard to post and try and pay attention to the game. Weeden better get things moving real quick, Ariz. will be going deep real soon.
Hawk

I'm not happy and now I lost my CBL signal
LoneStar

If I was one of the coaches, I'd be asking the players "Do you ever get sick of teams coming into our house and Biaotch slapping us"?
Nightrider

It just breaks my heart to see all our blown opportunities. Cards score a TD now this game is over.

Easy TD, this game is over, DAMN this sucks
LoneStar

We hung our defense out to dry, and now they are falling like flies.
BevoMav

Weeden is horrible. Worst QB since Babe Laufenberg. The scariest thing I heard was his comments after the game.

"I saw everything but I didn't execute."

Romo can't get back quick enough, and at this point I might bring in some guy off the scrap heap. I have seen enough of Weeden.
LoneStar

BevoMav wrote:
Weeden is horrible. Worst QB since Babe Laufenberg. The scariest thing I heard was his comments after the game.

"I saw everything but I didn't execute."

Romo can't get back quick enough, and at this point I might bring in some guy off the scrap heap. I have seen enough of Weeden.


I hear Tebow is available

Could Weeden possibly play that bad in 2 games?
Nightrider

I say treat the next game like a preseason game. Start Weeden for a 1/4 see how he's doing if he is sucking again. If Romo can play put him in, or go to your 3rd string QB.
BevoMav

LoneStar wrote:
BevoMav wrote:
Weeden is horrible. Worst QB since Babe Laufenberg. The scariest thing I heard was his comments after the game.

"I saw everything but I didn't execute."

Romo can't get back quick enough, and at this point I might bring in some guy off the scrap heap. I have seen enough of Weeden.


I hear Tebow is available

Could Weeden possibly play that bad in 2 games?


If Romo goes down I go to the Wildcat and put Weeden on the bench. I have seen enough.
Hawk

I personally would try anything to get Tony healthy. Put the 3rd string guy in see how he does.

Other teams have been winning with their 3rd string guys.
LoneStar

Hawk wrote:
I personally would try anything to get Tony healthy. Put the 3rd string guy in see how he does.

Other teams have been winning with their 3rd string guys.


After having a chance to think about it, I'd start Weeden, if he can't beat Jacksonville, then He's benched.

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