The odds of Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo to return this season continue to get slimmer.
The Cowboys thought Romo, who suffered a broken left collarbone on Oct. 25, might recover in time to play the final two games of the season. However, owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Sunday that Romo's recovery has taken longer than anticipated.
"I saw him before the [game] and frankly he's still having sensitivity there," Jones said. "If he were healthy, he would practice. If he were healthy, he would practice. We are a little behind where I thought we would be on how healthy he is."
This was the week you wanted Romo back, but it doesn't look like it's going to happen. Still, Kitna isn't a bad play against a weak Arizona team that the 'Boys should score plenty of points on.