The severity of Tony Romo’s back injury is likely to remain a question all week as the Cowboys prepare for their third straight season finale for the NFC East title and a playoff berth, this time against Philadelphia on Sunday night.
By the looks of things, the San Diego Chargers are heating up just in time to make a playoff push behind quarterback Philip Rivers, and they should have no problem handling the Oakland Raiders.
TODAY AT HOLLYWOOD PARK by Richard Eng
At this point, there’s not much left to like about the Dallas Cowboys, who are riding a broken-down donkey of a coach and following a quarterback, Tony Romo, who can’t shoot straight under pressure.
When handicapping bowl games, motivation and location are crucial elements to consider. It helps to find a quarterback edge, too, and Fresno State has one today with Derek Carr.
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The simplest way to view the bowls is to look at impact players, so here are five (quarterbacks not included) who should play big roles in winning or losing wagers.
A sense of impending doom surrounded the Chicago Bears when Jay Cutler, who might or might not be the franchise’s future quarterback, limped off the field with a groin injury. With Cutler, it often appears to be loser’s limp, but this injury was legit.
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