Tony Romo's collarbone still fractured

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is at least three weeks away from returning to the field after X-rays Monday revealed that his left collarbone is still fractured, according to ESPNDallas.com's Calvin Watkins. Romo has been out for nearly a month since New York Giants linebacker Michael Boley delivered a blow to his shoulder Oct. 25.

Owner Jerry Jones has been optimistic about Romo's return, but it's hard to imagine him being in the lineup for the last two games. If backup Jon Kitna continues to lead the Cowboys to wins, head coach Jason Garrett would have a difficult time pulling him from the lineup.

I know Romo has been pushing to return as quickly as possible, so it will be interesting to see how things play out. If he's fully healthy for the last two or three games, would you put him back in the lineup?