Dec 22, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) watches from the bench against the Washington Redskins in the fourth quarter at FedEx Field. The Cowboys won 24-23. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Cowboys QB Tony Romo allegedly watched Saints-Eagles game at local Dallas bar (Photo)

If not for an inexplicable interception thrown by Kyle Orton, it’s possible the Dallas Cowboys could have been hosting the Philadelphia Eagles last night in an NFC Wild Card game.

But of course, a last second blunder from Orton as the Cowboys were driving ended their season, allowing the Philadelphia Eagles to secure the NFC East crown.

Fellow quaterback, Tony Romo, who was/is dealing with a injured back wasn’t active for that game but it probably didn’t pain him any less to watch the New Orleans Saints and Eagles battle on Saturday night as he watched from a local Dallas bar.

Hanging out at the relatively popular Victor Tangos, Romo was spotted by fans and patrons watching the two teams battle on the bar televisions – likely pondering what could have been.

After some drinks and some food, Romo then made his way to Concrete Cowboy later in the evening where he got his boogie on – bad back and all.

In fairness to Romo – dude was just enjoying the action like the rest of us – but still.

Wonder who he was clapping for?

H/T Busted Coverage

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  • Jacob Kemp

    Yeah I don’t believe that Romo was in a bar just barely a week removed from surgery on his spine. Cool story bro.

    • Arturo Carter

      I’m glad someone realize that

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  • Wallace Ordoyne

    Pain pills are wonderful……………….

  • gospursgo

    I think the Cowboys would have been hosting the Saints, not the eagles.