Tony Romo is feeling better, and Dallas Cowboys coach Wade Phillips is confident the quarterback will be ready to play Thursday.
Romo wasn't in the locker room when it opened to reporters
Monday, but Phillips says his quarterback has already told the team
that he "feels a lot better" than he did after taking a knee in
the back early in the Cowboys' 7-6 victory over Washington on
Romo didn't miss a snap and completed seven consecutive passes
on the game-winning touchdown drive in the final minutes, then took
a post-game injection for his pain.
It'll be a quick turnaround for the NFC East-leading Cowboys
(7-3), who play Thanksgiving Day against Oakland. Romo said after
the Redskins game that he "definitely will be playing" against