The Dallas Cowboys' 2015 playoff hopes were stamped out on Thursday after losing to the Carolina Panthers, 33-14. Adding injury to insult was losing QB Tony Romo for the season – and maybe more -after he re-injured his collarbone.
Romo's career may be over. His Cowboy career, anyway. It will be difficult even for Jerry Jones to bring Romo back next season.
From Michael Ozanian of Forbes SportsMoney:
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Team owner Jerry Jones and his two sons–Stephen and Jerry Jr.- must now, I mean right now, recognize that after the 33-14 loss to the Carolina Panthers last night the Romo era for the Cowboys is over. Romo has been a terrific player with a lot of guts. He should not have been playing last night, but came back early from his shoulder injury last Sunday because the team believed a win against the undefeated Panthers would jump-start the Cowboys and possibly put them on a path to win the weak NFC East.