Tony Romo remained on his back after being sacked, almost motionless for a short time while looking up at the stadium's closed roof above him.
The Dallas Cowboys quarterback knew that he had likely re-injured his left collarbone. His already-shortened season might be done, along with the team's faint playoff chances.
"You can hear something happen, you're just disappointed, frustrated," said Romo, describing the injury as similar to what he felt when he broke his collarbone in Week 2 against Philadelphia before missing seven games — all losses.
Romo was injured Thursday on the final play of the third quarter in a 33-14 loss to the undefeated Carolina...