By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to ESPN Dallas Cowboys beat writer Todd Archer, he doesn’t expect Tony Romo to return in Week 8 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Archer says with limited snaps, it’s his belief that he doesn’t believe he’ll be ready to go.
The Cowboys play at the Green Bay Packers this week, before having a bye week next week. Then, on October 30th, they return to action at home against the Eagles.
Romo hasn’t played at all this season as rookie Dak Prescott has been leading the team. If Romo does get his job back as the starter, Archer says that Romo could possibly start against the Cleveland Browns.
The Cowboys, including owner Jerry Jones, has been adamant that Romo would be the team’s starter once he returns from his injury. However, in the past couple of weeks, they’ve soften that stance, because the Cowboys have been doing good with Prescott.
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