The Cowboys are 2-0, but very few fans are excited about the hot start. During Sunday’s win in Philadelphia, quarterback Tony Romo was forced to leave the game after this play, in which he suffered a fractured left clavicle.
Backup quarterback Brandon Weeden finished the game, and will be the starter for the time being.
Collarbones generally keep a player out 6-8 weeks. The #Cowboys haven't used their IR/designated-to-return spot. Tony Romo is a candidate.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 20, 2015
The injury is the same shoulder that Romo fractured in 2010, which sidelined him for the rest of the season.