Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate if there is any hope left for the Cowboys, the Packer's bad loss and if the Chip Kelly era is done in Philadelphia.
Romo has hairline fracture; out for year
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones confirmed today that QB Tony Romo has a hairline fracture in his left collarbone (via 105.3 The Fan in Dallas). Romo, who missed seven games with a broken left collarbone suffered in Week 2, is done for the season, per ESPN's Todd Archer.
Just two weeks after returning from a broken collarbone, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season after a recurrence of the injury during Thursday's loss.
How long will he be out this time?
Thursday was far from the first time Tony Romo has gone down with an injury. After missing seven games earlier in the season with a fractured left clavicle, it remains to be seen how long the Dallas QB will be out this time.
Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer
Tony Romo's season is over, according to a source. CT scan confirms a break but he will not have surgery.
ICYMI: Texas Tech gets tricky for TD
The Red Raiders lined up like they would kneel the ball and run out the clock against Texas. Instead, Jakeem Grant surprised everyone, took the ball and raced 40 yards for the score.
Dez Bryant was held to only two receptions by Josh Norman and the Panthers, and the Cowboys WR hasn't had the expected impact in his return.
Cassel hops back in the saddle
Matt Cassel will most likely be the Cowboys' starter for the rest of the season following Tony Romo's second collarbone injury of 2015. The backup led Dallas to its only TD drive on Thanksgiving Day, finding Cole Beasley for a score in the fourth quarter. Game balls
Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant turned a trick play into a touchdown in the final minutes, leading the Red Raiders past the Longhorns.
Many fans pinned high hopes on the Cowboys and Eagles quarterbacks, but both fell short on Thanksgiving Day.
Rather than lingering physical issues from his first collarbone injury, Tony Romo said his "situational thinking" showed rust against Carolina.
Last season's 61-58 slugfest will be hard to top, but both Baylor and TCU still have much at stake as they meet Friday night.
ESPNDallas.com's Jean-Jacques Taylor joins Jeff Rickard to discuss the Cowboys' loss to the Panthers, the loss of Tony Romo to re-injury and more.
Matt Cassel was 0-4 in the starting role after Tony Romo's first injury this season, and it appears he'll get a chance to reprise the role for Dallas.
Dallas Briefing: Jason Garrett hopeful of Tony Romo's unlikely return this season; plus more in Dallas sports
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Although things didn't look good for Tony Romo after he reinjured his collarbone, Cowboys coach Jason Garrett isn't writing him off for the season.
Texas Tech outlasts Texas in a wild Thanksgiving game that included a fake kneel down for a touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys DE Greg Hardy doesn't record a tackle against his former team, misses the first drive of the third quarter because of an asthma attack.
Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer
Texas RB Chris Warren rushed for a school freshman record 276 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries against Texas Tech. In his first career start, with three of the Longhorns' top four backs injured, Warren was unstoppable. He became the fourth back to rush for 200+ yards against Tech this season.
DeAndre Washington ran for 173 yards and two touchdowns and Texas Tech overcame a breakout performance from Texas freshman tailback Chris Warren III as the Red Raiders beat the Longhorns 48-45 Th