Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones expects to have his starting quarterback this week when the Cowboys play in London against the Jaguars.
Although Tony Romo didn't play on Sunday against the Cardinals due to a back injury, Jones sees him playing in England.
"I do see him playing," Jones told the NFL Network. "He's going on the trip to London, and logic tells you that we wouldn't have him make that trip to London and back if we didn't think he was going to play, so it does depend on the type of week he has at practice. But if he has the week we expect, he should be our quarterback."
Jones' comments confirm what CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday morning. La Canfora said that barring any setback, Romo would be the team's starter in London.
Romo was originally injured after he took a knee to the back in an overtime loss to the Redskins on Oct. 27.
It's not a surprise after the offense struggled under QB Brandon Weeden against the Cardinals. The Jags were ranked 13th in allowing fantasy points to QBs coming into Week 9, so it's not as great of a matchup as you might think. And, Romo's health will still be in question. But, Romo does have some nice matchups coming up, especially the final five weeks of the season.