When the Dallas Cowboys practice on Monday, quarterback Tony Romo plans to be on the field.
"I don’t know that we’re going to have much time to go too hard," Romo said after the Cowboys beat the New York Giants on Sunday. "I think if you’re playing in football games, I’m sure you can make it through walk-throughs."
Romo has not practiced all three days leading up to a game since the second game of the season as he has rested and rehabbed his surgically repaired back. With a quick turnaround for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday, the Cowboys will not have a strenuous practice schedule.
They will have a quick practice on Monday and hold a "Wednesday" practice on Tuesday and a red-zone and short-yardage practice on Wednesday.
Romo has a potential great matchup Thanksgiving, at home against the Eagles. There could be a lot of points scored this game and Romo should have a solid ranking when ours come out later this week. Romo plays the Eagles twice in the next three weeks.