Giants QB Eli Manning threw four TD passes, pacing the division-leading Giants to a 41-35 win over the Cowboys, who fell to 1-5 and lost QB Tony Romo to a broken left clavicle.
The broken left clavicle suffered by Tony Romo in Monday night's game puts a much less mobile Jon Kitna in the spotlight, where he'll be playing behind a lumbering offensive line.
Cowboys QB Tony Romo was knocked out of the Monday-night game against the Giants with a fractured left clavicle. Early reports suggested he might be sidelined for several months, leaving the starting job to Jon Kitna.
We saw everything we needed to know about this Cowboys team in their loss to the Giants, and it had absolutely nothing to do with Tony Romo.
Tony Romo took a lot of hits in the Cowboys' Week Six loss to the Vikings, and one of them hurt the QBs left hand.
Here's a sampling of things heard this week by Vikings and Cowboys players and coaches.
It would be easy to write off the Cowboys' 1-3 start as a result of a lack of discipline, but Dallas also is suffering through some poor play by players who were thought to be key pieces.
The Cowboys fell to 0-2 with a series of offensive mistakes on Sunday, ones that must be corrected before the team's Week Three game at Houston.
The Cowboys had a healthy 380 yards of offense but scored only seven points in a loss to the Redskins.
According to "NFC Whispers," the Cardinals are more than a little concerned about the back problems that continue to bother starting ILB Gerald Hayes.
PFW contributor Tom Danyluk says it's been an AFC league for years, but now, at least for a season, the heavies have shifted back to the National Conference. How many old guard clubs can win it all? Well, the ...
QB Tony Romo is having his best and most complete season in terms of taking care of the football and making plays without hurting his team.