Tony Romo has fractured clavicle

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo has a fractured left clavicle and will not return, according to the club. Giants linebacker Michael Boley had a free shot at Romo, driving him into the turf in the second quarter.

The Cowboys haven't given a prognosis at this point, but those injuries typically keep players out for 4-6 weeks. The Giants lead the Cowboys 21-20 late in the first half. Make that 24-20 after a 53-yard field goal from Lawrence Tynes. Cowboys Stadium has fallen silent.

Everyone's still in shock about Romo's injury. And it looks like the Giants will be able to tee off on Jon Kitna the rest of the game.