Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said a bruised right hand will not keep him from playing in next week's winner-take-all finale at the Giants. "I'll be fine," Romo said after Saturday's 20-7 loss to Philadelphia. "I think I just took a hit from the helmet. We're going to be all right though." Romo was hurt with 9:52 left in the first quarter when Eagles defensive end Jason Babin drove him to the ground on an incomplete pass. He was slow to get up and was taken to the locker room for further evaluation. X-rays were negative and Romo wanted to return, but he couldn't grip the ball or take a snap, so he got his hand and wrist wrapped.
Romo Suffers Bruised Right Hand