Cowboys QB Tony Romo Will be Back This Season
True: But only if Dallas is hovering around 4-4 on the strength of rookie RB Ezekiel Elliot and the recently impressive offensive line. If the Cowboys are floundering at, say, 1-7, there's no need to rush Romo back from such a serious injury. Same if they're succeeding with rookie QB Dak Prescott, who is already a darling in Dallas after throwing for five touchdowns and completing 78 percent of his passes in three preseason games. Of course, Jerry Jones would personally torture Romo on national TV if it means a few extra wins and a national audience talking about 'dem Cowboys, so anything is possible.