By Eric Schmidt

The Dallas Cowboys played a meaningless game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday afternoon after QB Tony Romo was knocked from the contest with a bruised hand, but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback should be good to go this week in the season finale against the New York Giants.Peter King of SI.com reports he hears this morning there is very little concern in the Dallas coaching circles of Romo not being ready to go in the last regular season game of the year.

Romo suffered a bruised hand after his throwing hand slammed into Philadelphia Eagles defender, Jason Babin. The Cowboys removed Romo from the game and he watched the remainder of the game from the sidelines with his hand being iced. X-rays revealed no damage.

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys travel to New York this week to play a game against the Giants with the NFC East division title on the line. This contest will be a rematch between the two teams which played just four weeks ago with the New York Giants rallying from a 13-point deficit in the fourth quarter with just over five minutes remaining.

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