ARLINGTON, Texas – As it just so happened as Tony Romo was finishing his press conference Thursday, Jerry Jones finished his, so the Dallas Cowboys quarterback and owner and general manager were able to speak privately for 10 minutes in a hallway outside the locker room at AT&T Stadium. Oh, to know what was said, given the Cowboys’ disheartening 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Did Jones want to know what Romo was seeing – or not seeing?
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Dallas Cowboys' 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium on Thursday. Feeling fine: In a normal week Tony Romo would be practicing for the first time on Thursday. Instead he was playing his second game in five days. Romo completed 18 of 29 passes for 199 yards and had his streak of games with a touchdown pass end at 38. He was also intercepted twice. "There's no excuses," Romo said.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- A few thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys' 33-10 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at AT&T Stadium. What it means: The Cowboys are effectively two games back of the Eagles in the NFC East race with their second division loss of the season and could be in a fight to clinch a wild-card berth after suffering the worst home loss of the Jason Garrett era. If the 8-4 Cowboys want to win the division, they might have to run the table, which means winning the Dec.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys safety Jakar Hamilton is active for the first time this season with safety Jeff Heath out with a thumb injury. Heath had surgery on Tuesday to repair a broken thumb and was listed as doubtful for the game. Defensive tackle Terrell McClain replaces Jack Crawford in the lineup after Crawford was put on injured reserve on Wednesday after he had thumb surgery. Linebacker Keith Smith took Crawford’s spot on the active roster.
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