Tony Romo might have the worst luck of any talented starting quarterback in the NFL. The Cowboys just announced that he broke a bone in his back during their preseason game against the Seahawks, an injury that is expected to sideline him for 6-10 weeks.


In case you missed it, this was the play that caused the injury.

Romo initially walked off the field on his own power and said he felt fine after the game. He even commented that he was somewhat happy he took a hit like that and was able to handle it.

Well, apparently not.

Romo is now expected to miss 6-10 weeks due to the injury, which means rookie Dak Prescott will likely start the reason and if he can somehow play well this could be the beginning of the end for Romo as the starter.