Tony Romo suffers back strain

ATLANTA -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo left the Georgia Dome early Monday morning walking gingerly to the team bus because of a back strain.

Romo said he suffered the injury on the final play of the Cowboys'
19-13 loss to Atlanta, twisting away from several defenders and offensive linemen before delivering a pass to Felix Jones. While in some pain, Romo did not believe the injury was serious.

Romo completed 25 of 35 passes for 321 yards and a touchdown against the Falcons. It was the second game this season in which he did not have a pass intercepted. He was sacked once for a 9-yard loss.