Tony Romo didn’t look like himself during the fourth quarter last week in Kansas City. Short throws the Dallas Cowboys quarterback normally makes to his left routinely sailed wide of his intended targets.
Romo, who suffered bruised ribs in the season opener, received a shot before last week’s game and plans on doing the same on Sunday.
So, percentage-wise, where is Romo’ health entering Week 3?
“A hundred,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Friday on the G-Bag Nation show on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM]. “I don’t know that any player feels good after the first ballgame. But he’s in good shape.”
Romo hasn’t missed any practice time and he said on Wednesday that his ribs are feeling better.