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Dallas Cowboys’ Problem Is Tony Romo

Jerry Jones, Dirk are wrong, Chris Cooley, Deion are right about Cowboys' Tony Romo.
<p> Jerry Jones and Dirk Nowitzki are wrong, Chris Cooley, Deion Sanders and Drew Pearson are right about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, who has a 3-7 record over the past two seasons and several high-profile collapses in recent weeks.</p>

by Nathan Rush

It’s time for the Dallas Cowboys to look in the mirror and be honest: Tony Romo is the problem.

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Dez Bryant Practices Saturday; Looks Good to Go on Monday

The Cowboys' receiver looks to be able to play through his quad injury
<p> The Cowboys' receiver looks to be able to play through his quad injury</p>

It looks like will be good to go for Monday night's Cowboys-Redskins game. After missing practice Thursday and Friday with a quad injury, Bryant was back in pads on Saturday, which is exactly what fantasy football owners wanted to hear.

Tony Romo's lung appears to be OK, but is he worth starting this week?

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The good news for Cowboys fans and fantasy owners alike is that it appears 's lung has healed, increasing his chances of playing Monday night against the Redskins. This, however, does not guarantee that he will play because it doesn't change the fact that his rib is still broken. Just ask DeAngelo Hall.

NFL Picks: Every Game, Week 3

A look at every NFL game for Week 3, with the consensus pick of Athlon Sports' editors.
<p> A quick look at every NFL game for Week 3, along with the consensus pick of Athlon Sports' editors.</p>

A quick look at every game on the NFL schedule for Week 2, along with the consensus pick of Athlon Sports editors Mitchell Light, Rob Doster, Nathan Rush, Patrick Snow and Steven Lassan:

DeAngelo Hall Targets Tony Romo's Ribs

There's nothing wrong with DeAngelo Hall hitting Tony Romo's ribs, Felix Jones' shoulder.
<p> Athlon Sports' editors debate Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall's big talk about Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo's ribs and running back Felix Jones' shoulder.</p>

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall made waves when the Redskins play the Cowboys on Monday night:

Tony Romo Has A Punctured Lung; He'd Be Stupid to Play Monday Night

Should the injured Cowboys' quarterback take the field against the Redskins?
<p> Should the Cowboys' quarterback take the field against the Redskins?</p>
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is a man. We know that now. There's no discussion about his toughness or his ability to lead the Dallas Cowboys locker room after it was revealed that he had a punctured lung and two fractured ribs during Sunday's game against the 49ers.

NFL Prime Time Players - Week 2

Charles Woodson schooled Cam Newton, while Tom Brady continued his record pace in Week 2.
<p> Charles Woodson schooled Cam Newton, while Tom Brady continued his record pace, Tony Romo played through pain and Tony Gonzalez stole the show from Michael Vick and Matt Ryan in Week 2.</p>

Tony Gonzalez, TE, Falcons
With all eyes on quarterbacks Michael Vick and Matt Ryan, it was the 35-year-old future Hall of Fame tight end Gonzalez who stole the show in Atlanta on Sunday night. The 15-year veteran had seven catches for 83 yards and two acrobatic TD receptions — the 89th and 90th of his illustrious career — during an especially sweet 35–31 victory over the Eagles.

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