Tony Romo is using the bye week to rehab is injured back.
Well, this couldn't be coming at a better time. Unfortunately, the Cowboys need two or three bye weeks.
Now on their bye week, Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys have a long layoff to think about the egg they laid against the Bears Monday night in Arlington.
Head coach Jason Garrett didn't take any great joy in watching the Eagles and Giants lose on Sunday.
This was not a loss that needed to linger.
The Dallas Cowboys will take it relatively easy this week, before beginning preparations for New England next week.
The Cowboys bye week could not come at a better — or worse — time.
Banged up Cowboys' cornerback Mike Jenkins is ready to go on Sunday, but he's looking forward to a chance to get healthy in week five.
Isn't it fun to be rewarded for doing nothing?
After two abysmal performances, the Cowboys laid their season on the line on Sunday and beat a favored Texans team in Houston. So is this week's bye coming at a good or bad time?