Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will reportedly make his return from a fractured collarbone in Week 11 against the Miami Dolphins.
Romo suffered the injury in Week Two after being driven into the ground while throwing a pass against the riival Philadelphia Eagles. The injury was a major turning point in a once promising season for the Cowboys, who started out 2-0. Dallas has lost their last seven games following the injury.
Despite the loses, the Cowboys are surprisingly still alive in the playoff hunt. Only two games separate them from the rest the division. If Romo can make his return playing at the level he was at prior to injury, Dallas certainly has a shot to win the NFC East. However, given their recent history, it's probably not safe to bet on these 'Boys.