Breaking News: Romo has a fractured left clavicle

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  1. pc747

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    Fantasy owners and Cowboy fans alike panicked when they saw Tony Romo go down hard in the 3rd Qtr. Well turns out that Tony Romo has a fractured left clavicle. So fantasy owners start working some deals.

    More will be discussed in the 2015-2016 NFL Season Talk thread.

    Source: Tony Romo suffers fractured left clavicle - NFL.com
     
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    But in the real world the Cowboys still have a monster defense, excellent special teams and the best offensive line in the game. Folks might not win a million bucks on Fan Dual but the Cowboys will still easily win the division.

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    Agree, especially with how both the giants and the eagles are playing.
     
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    Honestly you gotta feel bad for the guy. He's everyone's scapegoat. If Cowboys don't make it to the playoffs or they lose in the playoffs, he'll get the blame and he's about to miss some significant time too.

    Once the cowboys are at full power, they are arguably the scariest team in the league, reasons that @mountainbikermark posted.
     
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    I'm not a football fan after playing it for many years...but it appears to me..dallas' biggest problem is the owner...he hires people to call the shots and then butts in when the coach tries to do his job. That's why Jimmy Johnson was so successful... He was a loud mouth too..and wasn't afraid to put Jones in his place...when they were winning games, Jones would sit back and enjoy the ride. But a few instances like thanksgiving games and hotdogs like Leon lett and other issues...led to more friction and when they started losing...of course Johnson was sent on his merry way..IMHO...
     
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    Precisely Watson...
     
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    Well this wont help his Golf Game! No Matter. He Chokes when it matters most and proved he can't win when it truly matters. Maybe their back will have better luck. They again. Hopefully Not!
     
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    Nope. Not even the tiniest little bit. Every QB is always the scapegoat. And the head coach.

    Not to mention ol' Tony makes $18,000,000 /year. That works out to (counting pre-season) just shy of a MILLION dollars /game.
    To play football.
    3 hours on a Sunday.
    If he makes the playoffs, he gets more money.
    He already never needs to work another day in his life.
    From playing football.

    Poor guy got hurt? :(