Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett told reporters that he was optimistic that quarterback Tony Romo would be able to play in Sunday’s game against Arizona.
Romo suffered a back injury in Monday’s loss to Washington but was able to return later in the game. Romo’s return came after the Cowboys had run the ball effectively and scored 10 points with backup Brandon Weeden in the game.
Garrett said he "certainly" is optimistic Romo can play on Sunday
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The Cowboys quarterback has a history of playing though pain in the past so it would not be a surprise to see him play in this one.
The Cardinals are last in the NFL in pass defense allowing a whopping 302.9 yards per game. They are third against the run allowing just 77.9 yards per game.