Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to be ready for Sunday despite hurting his back on Monday night.
Redskins upset Cowboys – Washington Redskins shock Dallas Cowboys with 20-17 overtime win
Tony Romo injury – Cowboys quarterback could miss time with back injury
DeMarco Murray record – Cowboys running back on pace to break single-season rushing yards record
The Dallas Cowboys had their six-game winning streak snapped on Monday night as they lost, 20-17, in overtime to the Washington Redskins.
Quarterback Tony Romo was taken out of the game in the third quarter with a back contusion, but he returned to the game later. However, the Cowboys are being cautious with him in practice as he was held out of Thursday’s practice.
Head coach Jason Garrett is hopeful that Romo will be able to play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals though. This will be a crucial game for the Cowboys since both teams already have six wins.
Here is a tweet from Dallas Cowboys beat writer Nick Eatman reporting on Garrett’s comments about Romo.
Garrett said he “certainly” is optimistic Romo can play on Sunday
— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) October 30, 2014