For a team that is 2-0, things couldn't get any worse for the Cowboys.
Yesterday the team suffered another HUGE loss, as pro-bowl quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken collarbone during the victory against the Eagles.
Tony Romo will not need surgery on his broken left collarbone, according to a source, but that doesn't change the timetable for a return.
He will miss somewhere between 6-9 weeks with this injury. The team is also playing without star wideout Dez Bryant.
The team will be without both of their star players for close to half of the season. Things wouldn't seem as bleak if they retained their running back Demarco Murray but they let him walk this off-season.
The next month will be tough for the Cowboys. Luckily for Dallas they are 2-0 and the Giants and Eagles are both 0-2. They also have a bye week coming up, which will give the Romo and extra week to heal without missing a game.