If Romo doesn’t play, do the Cowboys have a legitimate chance to win the game Sunday?
The Dallas Cowboys are not just down a quarterback, their star wide out is also dealing with a back injury. Injuries are what has killed this team since week one, and to be honest, I am not sure they can beat the Eagles this week.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Tony Romo has only “slightly improved” following the injection and other treatment. He has not attended practices or game-planning meetings. The team is still leaving the door open for Romo to demonstrate improvement, but Kyle Orton continues to take the first-team reps.
Romo isn’t the only member of the Cowboys dealing with a back problem. Of course, the issue Bryant is dealing with is long-standing, and he has managed to play despite the condition several times this season. Bryant’s problem has centered around back spasms and muscular tightness in which he has not reportedly experienced pain radiating into his leg. So while Dez Bryant’s injury seems less worrisome, it still has killed the Cowboys’ season.
Here is my question to you Cowboys fans, if Tony Romo does not play, can they still beat the Eagles? I know any team can win on Sunday, but honestly speaking do you really think it happens?
Listen I took the Cowboys to get into the playoffs and end up in the Super Bowl from the wild-card spot, that was after their entire defensive line was depleted by injuries, and now Romo is about one day from being ruled out. I was always told one thing by former coaches and we will learn quite a bit tomorrow in Dallas. If Tony Romo shows up and plays, I would not be surprised to see the Boys get a win, because Big Time Football Players PLAY in BIG TIME GAMES.