Nearly an hour after Dak Prescott added to his budding legend with a touchdown in overtime that ignited a mob scene of a celebration for the Dallas Cowboys, the vibe was still flowing upstairs in the owner’s suite.
Tony Romo‘s optimism after injuring his back during Thursday’s preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks gave way to some disappointment, as the Dallas Cowboys quarterback received the news he suffered a fractured bone due to Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril’s hit.
Dallas quarterback Tony Romo isn’t sure if he will be able to return this season after injuring the same shoulder that sidelined him for seven games this season.
A wild Sunday Night Football game came down to a final drive by Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, and like he’s done more than any other QB in the fourth quarter since 2006, Romo drove his team down the field for the comeback victory. With just 1:17 left, forty extra seconds that were gifted to them by the New York Giants curious decision to throw the ball on third down on their prior possession, Romo began the drive at the 28 yard line and swiftly moved the Cowboys down field.