The Giants are apparently not ready to concede New York to the Jets just yet.
After finding themselves down 10-0 less than six minutes into the game and trailing 20-7 early in the second quarter, the Giants knocked Tony Romo out and went on to score the next 31 points.
After getting leveled by Michael Boley, Tony Romo was diagnosed with a fractured left clavicle. Romo is expected to miss anywhere from 6-10 weeks, which essentially means he’s done for the season
Romo became the fifth quarterback the Giants have knocked out of a game, joining Matt Moore of the Panthers, Jay Cutler and Todd Collins of the Bears and Shaun Hill of the Lions as casualties of the Big Blue defensive frenzy.