Tony Romo, starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, is out for six to eight weeks this season with a collarbone injury.
Even with a healthy Romo, the Dallas Cowboys have been absolutely awful all season, so we can only imagine how the ‘Boys will fair without him.
Cowboys fans saw glimmers of hope in Week 3 against the Houston Texans, but it looks like that 27-13 win was just a fluke.
The problems with Dallas run deeper than Romo’s injury, and when he gets healthy, he will have some serious work to do to be considered an elite quarterback.
So what should Romo do to reclaim his elite status?
Read on to find out…