Add a broken pinkie on Tony Romo’s throwing (right) hand to the list of all the wild things that happened at the end of regulation and in overtime of Sunday’s wild Cowboys-Cardinals game. In the Cowboys loss, Sunday, it turns out that Romo broke his pinkie, and could be out for up to a month. If he misses a month, he will miss 3 games, this Sunday at St. Louis, the following week vs. Tampa, and then a trip to the Meadowlands to face the G-Men. The Cowboys have their bye after that. With the Cowboys at 4-2, and 1-1 in divisional play, this could be a damaging blow to the Cowboys. 40-year old Brad Johnson will replace Romo. Johnson has not started a game since 2006.