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The Cowboys stupidity cost them Romo for the rest of the year. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Dallas Cowboys: The producers at NFL Network and Jerry Jones had a great idea for some fan interaction…#AskJerryJones.  Yes, it went exactly how you imagine it would.  Seriously?  Someone thought that THIS was a good idea?!

Obviously, almost every question asked was some kind of a shot at Jerry Jones for his support of Greg Hardy (and rightfully so).  On the field, things got even worse.  Not only did the Cowboys get blown out by the Panthers, but they have also lost Tony Romo again, this time for the rest of the year.

Denver Broncos: The Peyton Manning era may officially be coming to a close.  Manning is out for at least a couple more weeks with a foot injury, which means four year backup Brock Osweiler will continue to lead the team.

Osweiler scraped out a win against the Bears last week, relying heavily on the talented Denver defense.  To back up Oswiler, the Broncos have signed Christian Ponder.  However, even if this is the end of Manning in Denver, it is being reported that he wants to play again in 2016, even if it is with another team.

Chiefs’ take

: How fitting would it be if the Chiefs were the team that put an end to the Manning reign in Denver?

The Texans continue to randomly assign quarterbacks the starting role. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Houston Texans: The Texans have made Brian Hoyer their starting quarterback again, despite the performance of TJ Yates in recent weeks.  The Texans also signed Brandon Weeden as a backup, which likely indicates Yates won’t be sticking around.

  • Author’s note: That organization just does not deserve TJ “The Bengal Killer” Yates.

Indianapolis Colts: Quarterback Andrew Luck believes he will play again this season.  Luck suffered a lacerated kidney and partially torn abdominal muscle against the Broncos and has missed the last two games.  Oddly enough, the Colts are undefeated without Luck this season, as Matt Hasselbeck has stepped in and outperformed the young starter.  This has led to some grumbling in the fan base and even some talking heads that maybe Luck should be benched even if healthy.

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