Tony Romo and Jason Witten had extra treatment before the game on their sore back and sprained left foot Thursday.
After the 24-7 victory, they felt ... OK. Not great, but OK.
You could tell Romo's back was stiff by how he was standing at his locker after the game.
"The back was OK throwing the ball," said Romo, who took a hit on the first series. "It kind of jumps up every once in a while when I got hit. It happened a few times early in the game. It made mejust suck it up and do waht I had to do. It's part of the game. It's part of grinding it out, trying to compete and still trying to win. We had a lot of guys who pt forth a lot of effort."
Witten said his foot was sore after.
"Anytime you cut on it it's sore, but I think it held up a lot better than I thought it would," Witten said.