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Tony Romo's season is over, and the Dallas Cowboys will have to win without their star quarterback in a third straight playoffs-or-bust finale.
For years, Tony Romo's defenders have answered his penchant for costly late-game mistakes with a rhetorical question:
Both teams were 3-3 when Dallas came to Philadelphia, shut down Chip Kelly's high-flying offense and knocked Foles out of the game with a concussion at the end of the third quarter. Foles was 11 of 29 for 80 yards in the 17-3 loss, a dismal performance in only his second start after replacing an injured Michael Vick.
Nick Foles has a new nickname that's appropriate this time of year: Saint Nick.
Kyle Orton and Jon Kitna sat at opposite ends of a couch in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room Wednesday, turned toward each other and started chatting.
Maybe Cousins plays well enough these last three weeks to boost his own trade value in a league desperate for competent quarterbacks, let alone stars at that position. But it's doubtful that's happened with these two recent performances.
Struggling Redskins' punt coverage unit gets off on the wrong foot against Dallas.
Washington has found innovative and entertaining ways to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory all season, yet it may have outdone itself on Sunday. The loss to the Cowboys marked the fifth time this season the Redskins have squandered a lead of at least a touchdown in the second half.
Richard Crawford could have played a big role for the Redskins this season, but injury cost him the chance. His rehab is progressing well though.