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Cowboys QB Tony Romo Set To Return In Week 11 Against Dolphins

Coming into the 2015 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys were considered one of the best teams in the league with high hopes of making a run at the Super Bowl. The NFC has many talented teams like the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, and Carolina Panthers, but the Cowboys were expected to do some great things while potentially living up to the hype.

Unfortunately, in Week 2, the Cowboys suffered a major loss with star quarterback Tony Romo going down with a broken collarbone. Romo has been the backbone of this Dallas squad for years, and once he suffered the injury, many believed the season was over for America’s Team.

After losing seven straight games after with Romo on the shelf, the Cowboys will finally get their face of the franchise back under center in Week 11 against the Miami Dolphins, according to ESPN.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo’s fractured collarbone appears to have healed based on recent test results, a league source told ESPN’s Ed Werder.

With the NFC East division being mediocre at best this season, the consensus was the Cowboys could still be in playoff contention once Romo gets back on the field. Although Dallas may still be able to pull it off in the second half of the season, the team will need to play flawless football to catch the division-leading New York Giants (5-5).

According to Sportsbook.ag, the Cowboys odds to come out of the NFC are 35 to 1. Dallas still has a chance to make something happen if Romo is healthy and ready to reclaim his form as one of the best quarterbacks in the game. The matchup against the Dolphins is one Dallas can win, but then the competition will get tougher with games against the Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers and New York Jets in the weeks ahead.

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