In the words of the immortal Ivan Doroschuk: "Let's use the water to wash up, not for tears". While the season is effectively over, and the calls from the media for heads to roll are getting louder, there are still 10 games that need to be played.
Here's a sampling of the headlines this Wednesday morning.
Kitna can help Cowboys win - if they help him - Sporting News
Jon Kitna will replace Tony Romo as Cowboys QB, but for Dallas to salvage its season its offense must get more from playmakers like Jason Witten, keep throwing to Dez Bryant and turn into a top ten rushing team again.
Cowboys are ready to rally behind Jon Kitna - ESPN Dallas
Despite losing Tony Romo, the Cowboys are ready to rally behind Jon Kitna, Calvin Watkins writes.
Jerry's got a big mess in Big D - CBSSports.com
Pete Prisco writes that Tony Romo's left clavicle isn't the only thing broken in Dallas: Wade Phillips is done. Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, the supposed successor, has to go as well. Jones will think big with his next hire. You watch. Bill Cowher, Jon Gruden and, who knows, maybe Bob Stoops might want to tell their agents to get ready for a call.
Romo injury means end to Cowboys playoff dreams...and Wade Phillips' job - Foxsportssouthwest.com
Tony Romo's broken collar bone ends the Cowboys' hopes for the playoffs...and possibly Wade Phillips' tenure in Big D.
Jerry Jones on midseason coaching changes: 'I'm just not comfortable doing that' - DMN
The DMN has transcripts of a Jerry Jones interview from Tuesday on KRLD-FM.
Wade Phillips Refuses To Flip Out, Despite Media's Best Efforts - SBNation.com
After losing Tony Romo to a clavicle fracture, and then losing the game to the Giants, Wade Phillips had to enjoy some fun questions from the media.
No surgery for injured Cowboys QB Romo - Star-Telegram
Tony Romo will be out at least two months and possibly the rest of the season, but no surgery will be necessary.
Phil Costa might start at left guard - ESPN Dallas
Kyle Kosier is likely out for Sunday and Montrae Holland is iffy with a groin injury as well. Phil Costa, who allowed one sack on Monday, but other than that, earned the praise of coach Wade Phillips, could start against the Jaguars.