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3-8, 4th in NFC East

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Romo has had two back surgeries and broken collarbone three times since 2010. He turns 36 next April but Jason Garrett doesn't see the end for Romo. "He has a lot of football left in him," Garrett said.

Stats & Info

Who wants to win the NFC East?

After twelve weeks of the season, the NFC East is still wide open. ESPN Stats & Info gives Washington a 38.9 percent chance to win the division, but the Giants are close behind with a 31.7 percent chance.

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5hDarren Rovell

Player investment company files for stock symbol

The Fantex offering of shares of athlete earnings would initially be sold exclusively by investment bank UBS and, if approved, will be listed on NASDAQ under the symbol FXSP.

Josh Norman explains Dez Bryant comments (3:36)
Fantasy Focus: Is Dez still a top 10 WR? (1:37)
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Josh Norman on covering Dez Bryant (1:09)
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Giants watching things fall their way

Talk about a fruitful vacation. Since they last played, the Giants have watched their NFC East brethren lose four of five games. A win on Sunday would leave New York up two games in the division with five weeks to go.

Jalen and Jacoby on Jahlil Okafor, Boogie Cousins, and the NFL (32:48)

Romo has hairline fracture; out for year

Cowboys QB Tony Romo has a hairline fracture in his left collarbone, the team announced today. Romo, who missed seven games with a broken left collarbone suffered in Week 2, is done for the season, per ESPN's Todd Archer.

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3dJean-Jacques Taylor

Cowboys defense devoid of turnovers again

The Dallas defense didn't force a turnover, and allowed Carolina to convert eight-of-16 third downs in Thursday's loss.

Full offseason should heal Tony Romo (1:24)
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3dTodd Archer

Romo suffers fractured collarbone, out for season

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.

Stats & Info

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.

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.127th
Rushing Yards115.311th
Points For18.529th
Points Against23.718th

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