The Cowboys will place quarterback Tony Romo on injured reserve, ending his season, but their season remains alive despite their 3-8 record.
The Cowboys will place quarterback Tony Romo on injured reserve, ending his season, but their season remains alive despite their 3-8 record. Brandon Wade AP
The Cowboys will place quarterback Tony Romo on injured reserve, ending his season, but their season remains alive despite their 3-8 record. Brandon Wade AP

Tony Romo’s future probably brighter than Cowboys’ chances without him

November 30, 2015 6:53 PM