BROKEN RECORD, CLAVICLE
Tony Romo is getting set for a CT scan this morning after the Giants broke his collarbone last night. A source tells our own Ed Werder that Romo will miss six to eight weeks, depending on whether or not he needs surgery. He's the fifth quarterback these Giants have taken out in seven games so far this season (see also: Moore, Matt and Cutler, Jay and Collins, Todd and Hill, Shaun). So congratulations to you, Peyton Manning (Week 2), and you, Vince Young (Week 3), and you, Matt Schaub (Week 5) since you survived. And congratulations to you, G-Men, since your five wins are tops in the NFC. Enjoy your bye week. (So good luck to you, Matt Hasselbeck, a week from Sunday in Seattle.)
More from that game including how rare it was what the Giants did, after the jump.
The Giants became just the second team since the merger to register at least 40 points, 200 rushing yards and a minus-3 turnover margin. With the loss, the Cowboys dropped to 1-5. It's the fourth time in franchise history that they've started 1-5 or worse. And Eli Manning joined Donovan McNabb, Dan Marino, Joe Montana and Jim Plunkett as the only quarterbacks to throw 4 touchdown passes against the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.